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Published in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, at least 6 issues of this magazine devoted to weird fiction and horror writing appeared in the 1990s. The first issue was published in February 1990. ''Lost'' also included comics, plays and art work.
Published in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, at least 6 issues of this magazine devoted to weird fiction and horror writing appeared in the 1990s. The first issue was published in February 1990. ''Lost'' also included comics, plays and art work.
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Cover art work was provided by Bill Bendix (#6) and Clay Boutilier (#1, #2). Interior illustrations and comics were by Clay Boutillier.
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Cover art work was provided by Bill Bendix (#6) and Clay Boutilier (#1, #2). Interior illustrations and comics were by Clay Boutilier.
Contributions of fiction included Detlef Burghardt, C. Darren Butler ([[A Theater of Blood]]), Pam Chillemi-Yeager ([[Fantasque]]), and Mark Rich ([[Treaders of Starlight]], [[The Silent Planet]]).
Contributions of fiction included Detlef Burghardt, C. Darren Butler ([[A Theater of Blood]]), Pam Chillemi-Yeager ([[Fantasque]]), and Mark Rich ([[Treaders of Starlight]], [[The Silent Planet]]).
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Isse two included the play "Grave Daze" by Pauline Poisonous.  
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Issue two included the play "Grave Daze" by Pauline Poisonous.  
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Revision as of 02:19, 5 January 2012

Lost was a small press publication by Clay Boutilier and Adam Thornton.

Published in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, at least 6 issues of this magazine devoted to weird fiction and horror writing appeared in the 1990s. The first issue was published in February 1990. Lost also included comics, plays and art work.

Cover art work was provided by Bill Bendix (#6) and Clay Boutilier (#1, #2). Interior illustrations and comics were by Clay Boutilier.

Contributions of fiction included Detlef Burghardt, C. Darren Butler (A Theater of Blood), Pam Chillemi-Yeager (Fantasque), and Mark Rich (Treaders of Starlight, The Silent Planet).

Issue two included the play "Grave Daze" by Pauline Poisonous.

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