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'''Farrago''' is a science fiction fanzine by Donn Brazier.  
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[[Image:Farrago_cover_by_Bruce_Townley_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Farrago'''<br/>Issue 2<br/>Cover art by Bruce Townley]]
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'''Farrago''' is a science fiction fanzine by Donn Brazier (d. May 27, 2002).  
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Nine issues of ''Farrago'' appearing in the 1970s, beginning in 1976.  
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Published in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A., nine issues of ''Farrago'' appeared in the 1970s, beginning in 1976.  
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Contributions of art work came from Simon Agree, Claire Beck, Sheryl Birkhead ([[The National Fantasy Fan]]) (cover #1), K. Allen Bjorke, Donn Brazier and Eric Mayer ([[Groggy Tales]]).
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Contributions of art work came from Simon Agree, Claire Beck ([[The Science Fiction Critic]]), [[Sheryl Birkhead]] ([[The National Fantasy Fan]]) (cover #1), K. Allen Bjorke, Donn Brazier, Grant Canfield, Chuck Groth,  D.R. Haugh, Shari Hulse, Terry Jeeves ([[ERG]]), Mike Kranefuss, Vic Kostriken, Alan Lankin, Eric Mayer (later editor of [[E-Ditto]]), John Ryan, Mike Scott, Danny Strelkov, and Bruce Townley (later editor of [[Oblong]]) (cover #2).
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Contributors of writing included Frank L. Balazs, Robert E. Blemheim,  Andrew Darlington ([[Ludd's Mill]]),  Paul Di Filippo, Stephen H. Dorneman, Eldon K. Everett, Cathryn Gebhart, Stuart Gilson, Loay Hall, Ben Indick ([[Ibid]]),  Jon Inouye, Eric Lindsay ([[Gegenschein]]), Wayne W. Martin, Mark R. Sharpe, Richard S. Shaver ([[The Shaver Mystery Magazine]]), Michael T. Shoemaker ([[Oxytocic]]), Roger D. Sween, Paul Walker, Richard A. Wilber, and Neal Wilgus.
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Fiction was by Richard Brandt (later editor of [[Fanthology '87]]),  Jeff Hecht, Eric Mayer, Gail White, and Richard Wilber.
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Contributors of poetry included Rich Barucci, Claire Beck, Andrew Darlington, Cathryn Gebhart, Jon Inouye, and Neal Wilgus.
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Letters came from Don D'Ammassa ([[Mythologies]]), Dirk W. Mosig ([[The Miskatonic]]), Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]), and [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]), among others.
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Previously, Donn Brazier had published the science fiction fanzine [[Frontier]] from 1940 till 1942, [[Googol]] in 1946, and then [[Title]] from 1972 till 1977.
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FarragoIssue 2Cover art by Bruce Townley
Farrago
Issue 2
Cover art by Bruce Townley

Farrago is a science fiction fanzine by Donn Brazier (d. May 27, 2002).

Published in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A., nine issues of Farrago appeared in the 1970s, beginning in 1976.

Contributions of art work came from Simon Agree, Claire Beck (The Science Fiction Critic), Sheryl Birkhead (The National Fantasy Fan) (cover #1), K. Allen Bjorke, Donn Brazier, Grant Canfield, Chuck Groth, D.R. Haugh, Shari Hulse, Terry Jeeves (ERG), Mike Kranefuss, Vic Kostriken, Alan Lankin, Eric Mayer (later editor of E-Ditto), John Ryan, Mike Scott, Danny Strelkov, and Bruce Townley (later editor of Oblong) (cover #2).

Contributors of writing included Frank L. Balazs, Robert E. Blemheim, Andrew Darlington (Ludd's Mill), Paul Di Filippo, Stephen H. Dorneman, Eldon K. Everett, Cathryn Gebhart, Stuart Gilson, Loay Hall, Ben Indick (Ibid), Jon Inouye, Eric Lindsay (Gegenschein), Wayne W. Martin, Mark R. Sharpe, Richard S. Shaver (The Shaver Mystery Magazine), Michael T. Shoemaker (Oxytocic), Roger D. Sween, Paul Walker, Richard A. Wilber, and Neal Wilgus.

Fiction was by Richard Brandt (later editor of Fanthology '87), Jeff Hecht, Eric Mayer, Gail White, and Richard Wilber.

Contributors of poetry included Rich Barucci, Claire Beck, Andrew Darlington, Cathryn Gebhart, Jon Inouye, and Neal Wilgus.

Letters came from Don D'Ammassa (Mythologies), Dirk W. Mosig (The Miskatonic), Steve Sneyd (Data Dump), and Harry Warner, Jr. (Horizons), among others.

Previously, Donn Brazier had published the science fiction fanzine Frontier from 1940 till 1942, Googol in 1946, and then Title from 1972 till 1977.

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