Crumbling Relicks

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A 1978 issue of ''Crumbling Relicks'' was subtitled ''Yours, Ameilia,''and was wholly dedicated to the writings of Amelia Reynolds Long, who had been one of Lovecraft's fellow writers at the 1920s and 1930s pulp magazine of weird fiction called ''Weird Tales''.  
A 1978 issue of ''Crumbling Relicks'' was subtitled ''Yours, Ameilia,''and was wholly dedicated to the writings of Amelia Reynolds Long, who had been one of Lovecraft's fellow writers at the 1920s and 1930s pulp magazine of weird fiction called ''Weird Tales''.  
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After ending ''Crumbling Relicks'', Chet Williamson began writing horror fiction and has published the books ''Soulstorm'', ''Ash Wednesday'', ''McKain's Dilemma'', ''Lowland Rider'',  and ''Dreamthorp''., and his short stories  have appeared in many publications.  
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After ending ''Crumbling Relicks'', Chet Williamson began writing horror fiction and has published the books ''Soulstorm'', ''Ash Wednesday'', ''McKain's Dilemma'', ''Lowland Rider'',  and ''Dreamthorp'', among many others, and his short stories  have appeared in many publications.  
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Crumbling Relicks was a Lovecraftian fanzine by Chet Williamson.

Crumbling Relicks was distributed as part of the Esoteric Order of Dagon Amateur Press Association mailings devoted to H. P. Lovecraft and his circle and collaborators. Williamson was a member from 1973 till 1983.

A 1978 issue of Crumbling Relicks was subtitled Yours, Ameilia,and was wholly dedicated to the writings of Amelia Reynolds Long, who had been one of Lovecraft's fellow writers at the 1920s and 1930s pulp magazine of weird fiction called Weird Tales.

After ending Crumbling Relicks, Chet Williamson began writing horror fiction and has published the books Soulstorm, Ash Wednesday, McKain's Dilemma, Lowland Rider, and Dreamthorp, among many others, and his short stories have appeared in many publications.

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