Kratophany

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'''Kratophany''' was a science fiction zine by Eli Cohen.  
'''Kratophany''' was a science fiction zine by Eli Cohen.  
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''Kratophany'' came out in the early 1970s. The first few issues were published in New Yor City, NY, U.S.A. Then Eli Cohen moved to Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and then again to Vancounver, British Columbia, where subsequent issues came out. In 1980 he returned to New York to publish issue 13 in 1981, which would be the final issue.   
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''Kratophany'' came out in the early 1970s. The first few issues were published in New Yor City, NY, U.S.A. Then Eli Cohen moved to Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and then again to Vancounver, British Columbia, where subsequent issues came out. In 1980 he returned to New York to publish issue 13 in 1981, which would be the final issue.   
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Contributions included columns by Ginjer Buchana and Janet Kagan, a comic strip by Muke Mason and Judy Mitchell. Other contributors included [[Sisan Wood]].  
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Contributions included columns by Ginjer Buchana and Janet Kagan, a comic strip by Mike Mason and Judy Mitchell. Other contributors included [[Susan Wood]] ([[Aspidistra]]).  
Cover art was contributed by Vincent Di Fate with additional illustrations by Jeanne Gommoll ([[Janus]])  
Cover art was contributed by Vincent Di Fate with additional illustrations by Jeanne Gommoll ([[Janus]])  

Revision as of 19:28, 13 May 2011

Kratophany was a science fiction zine by Eli Cohen.

Kratophany came out in the early 1970s. The first few issues were published in New Yor City, NY, U.S.A. Then Eli Cohen moved to Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and then again to Vancounver, British Columbia, where subsequent issues came out. In 1980 he returned to New York to publish issue 13 in 1981, which would be the final issue.

Contributions included columns by Ginjer Buchana and Janet Kagan, a comic strip by Mike Mason and Judy Mitchell. Other contributors included Susan Wood (Aspidistra).

Cover art was contributed by Vincent Di Fate with additional illustrations by Jeanne Gommoll (Janus)

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