Alexiad

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'''Alexiad''' is a science fiction fanzine by Lisa Major and Joseph Major.  
'''Alexiad''' is a science fiction fanzine by Lisa Major and Joseph Major.  
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''Alexiad'' is published quarterly in Louisville, Kentucky. U.S.A. It features news, commentary, articles, and many book reviews.
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''Alexiad'' is published quarterly in Louisville, Kentucky. U.S.A. It features news, commentary, candy reviews, horse racing, articles, many book reviews, and even more letters to the editors.
According to [[eFanzines]], "Alexiad was begun by Lisa Major at Millennium PhilCon in 2001," where the fanzine lounge had a computer and printer on hand for anyone wishing to make a fanzine, "... and continued by Lisa and Joe as a forum for their various interests."  
According to [[eFanzines]], "Alexiad was begun by Lisa Major at Millennium PhilCon in 2001," where the fanzine lounge had a computer and printer on hand for anyone wishing to make a fanzine, "... and continued by Lisa and Joe as a forum for their various interests."  
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Contributors of writing include Johnny Carruthers, who frequently reviews candy, C.T. Fluhr, Alexis Gilliland, and Taral Wayne ([[DNQ]]).
Contributors of writing include Johnny Carruthers, who frequently reviews candy, C.T. Fluhr, Alexis Gilliland, and Taral Wayne ([[DNQ]]).
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Contributors of art work include Brad Foster.
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Contributors of art work include illustrations by Brad Foster and fanfiction cartoons by Paul Gadzikowski.
In the extensive letter column are found locs from Dainis Bisenieks, Ned Brooks ([[It Goes On The Shelf]]), Sue Burke, Brad Foster, [[Steve Green]], John Hertz, Jerry Kaufman ([[Littlebrook]]), [[Lloyd Penney]] ([[Torus]]), Darrell Schweitzer, Joy V. Smith, R-Laurraine Tutihasi ([[Feline Mewsings]]), and Taras Woleansky.  
In the extensive letter column are found locs from Dainis Bisenieks, Ned Brooks ([[It Goes On The Shelf]]), Sue Burke, Brad Foster, [[Steve Green]], John Hertz, Jerry Kaufman ([[Littlebrook]]), [[Lloyd Penney]] ([[Torus]]), Darrell Schweitzer, Joy V. Smith, R-Laurraine Tutihasi ([[Feline Mewsings]]), and Taras Woleansky.  

Revision as of 07:31, 2 October 2011

Alexiad is a science fiction fanzine by Lisa Major and Joseph Major.

Alexiad is published quarterly in Louisville, Kentucky. U.S.A. It features news, commentary, candy reviews, horse racing, articles, many book reviews, and even more letters to the editors.

According to eFanzines, "Alexiad was begun by Lisa Major at Millennium PhilCon in 2001," where the fanzine lounge had a computer and printer on hand for anyone wishing to make a fanzine, "... and continued by Lisa and Joe as a forum for their various interests."

The staff writers for the fanzine are Joseph Major, Lisa Major and Grant McCormick.

Contributors of writing include Johnny Carruthers, who frequently reviews candy, C.T. Fluhr, Alexis Gilliland, and Taral Wayne (DNQ).

Contributors of art work include illustrations by Brad Foster and fanfiction cartoons by Paul Gadzikowski.

In the extensive letter column are found locs from Dainis Bisenieks, Ned Brooks (It Goes On The Shelf), Sue Burke, Brad Foster, Steve Green, John Hertz, Jerry Kaufman (Littlebrook), Lloyd Penney (Torus), Darrell Schweitzer, Joy V. Smith, R-Laurraine Tutihasi (Feline Mewsings), and Taras Woleansky.

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