Apogee

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[[Image:Apogee1.jpg|right|frame|''Apogee'' #1 (1981), cover art by Kathleen Taylor]]
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'''Apogee''' was a poemzine ("an illustrated anthology of poetry of the imagination") edited by Robert (Bob) Randolph Medcalf Jr. from Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.  
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'''Apogee''' was a poetry zine edited by Robert (Bob) Randolph Medcalf Jr. from Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.  
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The first and only issue was released in 1981.
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''Apofee'' was subtitled, "an illustrated anthology of poetry of the imagination". The first and only issue was released in 1981.
Contributing poets included William R. Barrow, Bruce Boston, Thomas M. Egan, Gregory FitzGerald, Janet Fox ([[Scavenger's Newsletter]]), Robert Frazier, Joey Froehlich, Robert Randolph Medcalf Jr., and Mel Spivak.  
Contributing poets included William R. Barrow, Bruce Boston, Thomas M. Egan, Gregory FitzGerald, Janet Fox ([[Scavenger's Newsletter]]), Robert Frazier, Joey Froehlich, Robert Randolph Medcalf Jr., and Mel Spivak.  

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Apogee #1 (1981), cover art by Kathleen Taylor
Apogee #1 (1981), cover art by Kathleen Taylor

Apogee was a poetry zine edited by Robert (Bob) Randolph Medcalf Jr. from Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.

Apofee was subtitled, "an illustrated anthology of poetry of the imagination". The first and only issue was released in 1981.

Contributing poets included William R. Barrow, Bruce Boston, Thomas M. Egan, Gregory FitzGerald, Janet Fox (Scavenger's Newsletter), Robert Frazier, Joey Froehlich, Robert Randolph Medcalf Jr., and Mel Spivak.

Cover art was by Kathleen Taylor, who also provided interior illustrations, along with Doug W. Hiser Jr. and Medcalf.

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