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'''Caravan''' was a fanzine devoted to folk music published by [[Lee Hoffman]] in  New York, U.S.A.
'''Caravan''' was a fanzine devoted to folk music published by [[Lee Hoffman]] in  New York, U.S.A.
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Lee Hoffman began publishing ''Caravan'' in the 1950's while living in Grenwich Village in NYC. Folk musician Dave van Ront wrote a column under the penname "Blind Rafferty" and English fan John Brunner contributed a column of folk music news from the UK. The first issue consisted of one hundred copies which were distributed by Lee for free in Washington Square Park.
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With encouragement from friends, folk music fan Lee Hoffman began publishing ''Caravan'' in the 1950's. Folk musician Dave Van Ronk wrote a column under the penname "Blind Rafferty" and English fan John Brunner contributed a column of folk music news from the UK. The first issue consisted of one hundred copies which were distributed by Lee for free in Washington Square Park.  
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The second issue was carried by "The Folklore Center"

Revision as of 03:22, 11 February 2011

Caravan
Caravan

Caravan was a fanzine devoted to folk music published by Lee Hoffman in New York, U.S.A.

With encouragement from friends, folk music fan Lee Hoffman began publishing Caravan in the 1950's. Folk musician Dave Van Ronk wrote a column under the penname "Blind Rafferty" and English fan John Brunner contributed a column of folk music news from the UK. The first issue consisted of one hundred copies which were distributed by Lee for free in Washington Square Park.

The second issue was carried by "The Folklore Center"


Lee Hoffman also published the folk music fanzine Gardyloo, and well as several zines devoted to science fiction.

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