Nightgaunt (France)

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Issue 1 Walpurgis 2015
Cover art by Allen Koszowski

Nightgaunt is a fanzine edited by Adam Joffrain. The contents are published in both French and English.

The word 'Nightgaunt' comes from the Cthulhu Mythos of H. P. Lovecraft.

Nightgaunt started off as a quarterly magazine but has now switched to a more irregular schedule. The first issue is dated Walpurgis 2015. Five issues in total have been published so far and each features one story by a French author and one story by an English speaking author. From issue #2 onwards they have also included a French translation of a chapter from W. H. Pugmire's book Some Unknown Gulf of Night.

Contributors of fiction include Leigh Blackmore (Mantichore), Ran Cartwright, Chrystel Duchamp, Frédéric Gaillard, Chad Hensley, Adam Joffrain, Faust Neitschaiev, Wilum Pugmire (Idiot Chaos), Stein, and Lee Clark Zumpe.

Contributors of poetry include Leigh Blackmore, Ashley Dioses, Wade German, Chad Hensley, and Adam Joffrain.

Contributors of artwork include Eric Barge, Gino Andrea Carosini, Dave Felton, Nick Gucker, Kim Holm, Alice Joffrain, Olivier Jubo, Allen Koszowski, Etienne Le Roux Michelle Souliere, and Emily Stepp.

Nightgaunt is included in the apazine Esoteric Order of Dagon Mailings.

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