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Heather and O'Leary released the first issue of ''Lore'' in June 1995 from Middletown, New Jersey, U.S.A. Nine issues appeared. Rod Heather was the editor.
Heather and O'Leary released the first issue of ''Lore'' in June 1995 from Middletown, New Jersey, U.S.A. Nine issues appeared. Rod Heather was the editor.
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Issue #1 included contributions from Ken Abner, Lawrence Barker, Harlan Ellison ([[Science Fantasy Bulletin]]), Barbara Malenky, Brian McNaughton, Greg Messenger, Sherry Novembre, Ray Stevens, and Roddy Williams.   
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Issue #1 included contributions from Ken Abner, Lawrence Barker, Harlan Ellison ([[Science Fantasy Bulletin]]), Barbara Malenky, Brian McNaughton, Greg Messenger, Sherry Novembre, and Ray Stevens.   
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Issue #2, from 1995, featured contributions from Bob Crouch, Louise Dragon, Charles S Fallas, Gerard Daniel Houarner, John McCabe, Christopher Morris, Fred Read, Chad Savage, Ellen Straw, Roddy Williams.
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Issue #2, from 1995, featured contributions from Bob Crouch, Louise Dragon, Charles S Fallas, Gerard Daniel Houarner, John McCabe, Christopher Morris, Fred Read, Chad Savage, and Ellen Straw.
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Issue #4, Spring 1996, included contributions of writing from Mollie Burleson, Lawrence Barker, Peter H Cannon, Reverend Daniel Clore, Bob Crouch, Corrine DeWinter, Charles Fallis, GAK, Wayne Miller, Tom Piccirilli ([[Epitaph]]), [[Wilum Pugmire|Wilum Hopfrog Pugmire]] ([[Visions of Khroyd'hon]], [[Midnight Fantasies]]), Eric Schaller, Roddy Williams, and artwork by Allen Koszowski.
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Issue #3 included the beginning of a 'Round Robin' story, "The Challenge From Below", with the first installment by [[Robert M. Price]]. #3 also included fiction by [[Wilum Pugmire|Wilum Hopfrog Pugmire]] ([[Visions of Khroyd'hon]], [[Midnight Fantasies]]).  
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Issue #6, 1996, included contributions from Brian McNaughton Rebecca Bates, Tony Cobb, Kendall Evans, GAK, Brian McNaughton, Chad Savage, William Scheinman, Kirk Wagner, Augie Wiedemann, and Roddy Williams.  
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Issue #4, Spring 1996, included contributions of writing from Peter H. Cannon, writing Part 2 of "The Challenge From Below", as well as Mollie Burleson, Lawrence Barker, Reverend Daniel Clore, Bob Crouch, Corrine DeWinter, Charles Fallis, GAK, Wayne Miller, Tom Piccirilli ([[Epitaph]]), Wilum Pugmire, and Eric Schaller..
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Issue 9, 1998, included fiction by Thomas Brown, GAK, Earl Geier, Stefan Grabinski, Janet Hardison, William Laughlin, Miroslav Lipinski, Elizabeth Massie, Jamie Oberschlake, Chris Pelletiere, Wilum Pugmire, Patricia Russo, Ricardo Santagata, and Jeffrey Thomas: poetry by John Grey and Wendy Rathbone, and art work by Allen Koszowski.
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Issue #5 saw the continuation of "The Challenge From Below" with a chapter by Donald Burleson, plus a collaboration by Peter H. Cannon and Robert M. Price.
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Issue #6, 1996, included contributions from Brian McNaughton, with the conclusion of "The Challenge From Below", and Rebecca Bates, Tony Cobb, Kendall Evans, GAK, Chad Savage, William Scheinman, and Kirk Wagner.
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Issue #7 included fiction by John Glasby.
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Issue 9, 1998, included fiction by Thomas Brown, GAK, Earl Geier, Stefan Grabinski, Janet Hardison, William Laughlin, Miroslav Lipinski, Elizabeth Massie, Jamie Oberschlake, Chris Pelletiere, Wilum Pugmire, Patricia Russo, Ricardo Santagata, and Jeffrey Thomas, and poetry by John Grey and Wendy Rathbone.
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The cover art work is by Thomas Brown, Richard Corben (as "Gore"), Wayne Miller,  Jamie Oberschlake, and Roddy Williams. Interior art work is by Earl Geier, Allen Koszowski, Chris Pelletiere, Augie Wiedermann, Core, and Roddy Williams.
In 2011, Heather and O'Leary revived ''Lore'' as a professional magazine and website.  
In 2011, Heather and O'Leary revived ''Lore'' as a professional magazine and website.  

Revision as of 22:31, 10 November 2012

Lore is a literary speculative fiction, fantasy and horror zine publishedby Rod Heather and Sean O'Leary.

Heather and O'Leary released the first issue of Lore in June 1995 from Middletown, New Jersey, U.S.A. Nine issues appeared. Rod Heather was the editor.

Issue #1 included contributions from Ken Abner, Lawrence Barker, Harlan Ellison (Science Fantasy Bulletin), Barbara Malenky, Brian McNaughton, Greg Messenger, Sherry Novembre, and Ray Stevens.

Issue #2, from 1995, featured contributions from Bob Crouch, Louise Dragon, Charles S Fallas, Gerard Daniel Houarner, John McCabe, Christopher Morris, Fred Read, Chad Savage, and Ellen Straw.

Issue #3 included the beginning of a 'Round Robin' story, "The Challenge From Below", with the first installment by Robert M. Price. #3 also included fiction by Wilum Hopfrog Pugmire (Visions of Khroyd'hon, Midnight Fantasies).

Issue #4, Spring 1996, included contributions of writing from Peter H. Cannon, writing Part 2 of "The Challenge From Below", as well as Mollie Burleson, Lawrence Barker, Reverend Daniel Clore, Bob Crouch, Corrine DeWinter, Charles Fallis, GAK, Wayne Miller, Tom Piccirilli (Epitaph), Wilum Pugmire, and Eric Schaller..

Issue #5 saw the continuation of "The Challenge From Below" with a chapter by Donald Burleson, plus a collaboration by Peter H. Cannon and Robert M. Price.

Issue #6, 1996, included contributions from Brian McNaughton, with the conclusion of "The Challenge From Below", and Rebecca Bates, Tony Cobb, Kendall Evans, GAK, Chad Savage, William Scheinman, and Kirk Wagner.

Issue #7 included fiction by John Glasby.

Issue 9, 1998, included fiction by Thomas Brown, GAK, Earl Geier, Stefan Grabinski, Janet Hardison, William Laughlin, Miroslav Lipinski, Elizabeth Massie, Jamie Oberschlake, Chris Pelletiere, Wilum Pugmire, Patricia Russo, Ricardo Santagata, and Jeffrey Thomas, and poetry by John Grey and Wendy Rathbone.

The cover art work is by Thomas Brown, Richard Corben (as "Gore"), Wayne Miller, Jamie Oberschlake, and Roddy Williams. Interior art work is by Earl Geier, Allen Koszowski, Chris Pelletiere, Augie Wiedermann, Core, and Roddy Williams.

In 2011, Heather and O'Leary revived Lore as a professional magazine and website.

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