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'''Carandaith''' is a science fiction and fantasy fanzine by Alpajpuri.
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'''Carandaith''' is a science fiction and fantasy fanzine edited by Alpajpuri and produced by the Australian Tolkien Society.
  
Alpajpuri  (aka Paul Novitski) was a well known science fiction and fantasy fan artist . He published his fanzine ''Carandaith''  in Vashon, Washington, U.S.A. in the 1970s. The first issue was released in July 1968. Seven issues were published in all, the last in October 1972.
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Alpajpuri  (aka Paul Novitski) was a well known science fiction and fantasy fan artist . He edited his fanzine ''Carandaith''  in number of locations, including Vashon, Washington, Eugene Oregon, and Fairfax, California, U.S.A. The first issue was released in July 1968. Seven issues were published in all, the last in October 1972.
  
Contributions of articles came from George Barr writing on the importance of fan art,  Arnie Katz writing on the origin of present day fanzines, and editorials by Alpajpuri.  
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The content was largely devoted to JRR Tolkien, but also included articles on science fiction and fantasy fandom. Contributions of articles came from George Barr writing on the importance of fan art,  Arnie Katz writing on the origin of present day fanzines, and editorials by Alpajpuri.  
  
 
Contributions of art work came from Grant Canfield, Cathy Hill, Jay Kinney, Tim Kirk, Doug Lovenstein, David Policansky, and Jim Shull.
 
Contributions of art work came from Grant Canfield, Cathy Hill, Jay Kinney, Tim Kirk, Doug Lovenstein, David Policansky, and Jim Shull.

Revision as of 22:13, 25 December 2011

Carandaith is a science fiction and fantasy fanzine edited by Alpajpuri and produced by the Australian Tolkien Society.

Alpajpuri (aka Paul Novitski) was a well known science fiction and fantasy fan artist . He edited his fanzine Carandaith in number of locations, including Vashon, Washington, Eugene Oregon, and Fairfax, California, U.S.A. The first issue was released in July 1968. Seven issues were published in all, the last in October 1972.

The content was largely devoted to JRR Tolkien, but also included articles on science fiction and fantasy fandom. Contributions of articles came from George Barr writing on the importance of fan art, Arnie Katz writing on the origin of present day fanzines, and editorials by Alpajpuri.

Contributions of art work came from Grant Canfield, Cathy Hill, Jay Kinney, Tim Kirk, Doug Lovenstein, David Policansky, and Jim Shull.