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Granfalloon #7 Cover by Richard Delap 1969
Granfalloon #7 Cover by Richard Delap 1969

Granfalloon was a science fiction fanzine published by Linda Bushyager.

Linda Bushyager and Suzanne Tompkins published the first issue in 1966 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Suzanne Tompkins was co-editor for the first six issues. Twenty issues of Granfalloon were released, the last one in July 1976.

Writers include Piers Anthony, Ginjer Buchanan, Ron Bushyager, Jesus Cummings, Don D'Ammassa (Mythologies), D. Dinucci, Mike Glicksohn (Energumen), Arnie Katz (Vegas Fandom Weekly), Damon Knight, Frank Lunney, Sandra Miesel, Ron Miller, Andy Offut, Jodie Offutt, Robert Silverberg (Spaceship), Jeff Smith, Darrell Schweitzer, Mae Strelkov, Bob Tucker (Le Zombie), Harry Warner, Jr. (Horizons), Ted White, Susan Wood (Energumen, Aspidistra, Amor), and Roger Zelazny.

Artists include Alicia Austin (Kevas and Trillium), Bill Bowers (Outworlds), Grant Canfield, Richard Delap, Steve Fabian, Connie Reich Faddis, Adrienne Fein, Dick Flinchbaugh, George Foster, Mike Gilbert, Alexis Gilliland, Howard Green, C. Lee Healy, Terry Jeeves (ERG, The Damned Patrol), Eddie Jones, Tim Kirk, Sandra Miesel, Ron Miller, Pauline Palmer, Andy Porter (Algol), Terry Romine, Bill Rotsler, and Bernie Zuber.

Suzanne Tompkins went on to publish the fanzine The Spanish Inquisition in the 1970s, Mainstream in the 1980s, and Littlebrook in the 2000s.

Linda Bushyagan also published the fanzine Karass in the 1970s.

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