Fantasy: The Fantasy Artists Network Magazine

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Issue 4, from Winter 1979/1980, featured a cover by Arlin Teeselink, back cover by Gary Raham, with profiles on Patrick Woodroffe, and Joan Hanke Woods, and art work by Dave Archer, John Alexander, Ted Guerin, David Houston, HAML, Janny Wurts, and Jonn Zack. Articles were by John Alexander, among others.  
Issue 4, from Winter 1979/1980, featured a cover by Arlin Teeselink, back cover by Gary Raham, with profiles on Patrick Woodroffe, and Joan Hanke Woods, and art work by Dave Archer, John Alexander, Ted Guerin, David Houston, HAML, Janny Wurts, and Jonn Zack. Articles were by John Alexander, among others.  
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Issue 7, from 1980, features a cover by J.K. Hilkert illustrating "Isle of the Torturers" by Clark Ashton Smith, and art for "White Sybil" and "Seven Geas". Articles include "Illustrating Clark Ashton Smith" by J.K. Hilkert.
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Fantasy: The Fantasy Artists Network Magazine was a fanzine edited by Carol Fisher and Kathy Hammel.

Fantasy was published in the 1970s.

Issue 3, released in 1979, featured a cover by Joan Hanke Woods, and profiles of Alicia Austin (Kevas and Trillium) and Victoria Poysner. This issue also featured art work by Gail barton, Cecilia Cosentini, Ed Dorn, Miriam Greenwald, Ted Guerin, Teddy Harvia, Ernest Hogan, Terry Jeeves (ERG), Gary Raham, Michael Rodan, Darrell Schweitzer, Steve Swenston, and Arlin Teeselink. Articles were by Lea Braff and Michael Rodan, among others.

Issue 4, from Winter 1979/1980, featured a cover by Arlin Teeselink, back cover by Gary Raham, with profiles on Patrick Woodroffe, and Joan Hanke Woods, and art work by Dave Archer, John Alexander, Ted Guerin, David Houston, HAML, Janny Wurts, and Jonn Zack. Articles were by John Alexander, among others.

Issue 7, from 1980, features a cover by J.K. Hilkert illustrating "Isle of the Torturers" by Clark Ashton Smith, and art for "White Sybil" and "Seven Geas". Articles include "Illustrating Clark Ashton Smith" by J.K. Hilkert.

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