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The first issue appeared in September 1982, and included articles, poetry and art, all by Bertin. At least five issues appeared, with issue five released in 1983.
 
The first issue appeared in September 1982, and included articles, poetry and art, all by Bertin. At least five issues appeared, with issue five released in 1983.
  
In 2008 the fanzine [[Cyaegha]] was released, with a first issue entirely devoted to the work of Eddy C. Bertin, and featuring the essay "My European Mythos", and poems by Bertin, as well as an interview and bibliography.
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In 2008 Eddy C. Bertin was featured in the small press publication, [[Cyaegha]], with a first issue entirely devoted to his work, and featuring the essay "My European Mythos", as well as poems by Bertin, an interview, and a bibliography and glossary.
  
 
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Dunwich Dreams
Issue 1
September 1982
Cover by Eddy C. Bertin

Dunwich Dreams was an H. P. Lovecraft-oriented zine edited and published by Eddy C. Bertin from Gent, Belgium.

It was distributed through The Esoteric Order of Dagon mailings.

The first issue appeared in September 1982, and included articles, poetry and art, all by Bertin. At least five issues appeared, with issue five released in 1983.

In 2008 Eddy C. Bertin was featured in the small press publication, Cyaegha, with a first issue entirely devoted to his work, and featuring the essay "My European Mythos", as well as poems by Bertin, an interview, and a bibliography and glossary.