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Issue 2 1978
Cover art by Randy Mohr

Hedgehog was a science fiction fanzine by Jeff Frane.

Hedgehog was published in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. Two issues of this publication were released in the 1970s. The first issue came out in 1977, with issue two following in 1978.

Featured in issue 1 was an interview with Kate Wilhelm, and a bibliography of her work.

Writing contributions appeared from Grant Canfield, Frank Denton (Ash-Wing, Hoom), Denys Howard (Women And Men), Mary Kay Jackson, Ursula LeGuin, Loren MacGregor, Debbie Notkin, Jessica Amanda Salmonson (The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror), and Dan Steffan (Boonfark).

Cover artwork was by Jim McLeod, who did the cover for issue one; and Randy Mohr, who did the cover for issue two. Contributions of interior art work appeared from John Carl, among others.

In their review, Janus (Vol. 3, #2, of 1977) called it a, "Warm, friendly, well-produced (mimeo) genuine."

Jeff Frane also did the fanzine Samizdat, contributed to Khatru and Locus, and wrote Fritz Leiber for the Starmont Reader's Guide series (1980).