Macrocosm

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'''Macrocosm''' was a literary and fantasy small press publication by Robert Holdstock (1948-2009).  
'''Macrocosm''' was a literary and fantasy small press publication by Robert Holdstock (1948-2009).  
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''Macrocosm'' was published in the 1970s.  
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''Macrocosm'' was published in the 1970s in Kent, UK.  
Contributors of writing included John Brosnan, Lisa Conesa ([[Zimri]]), Robert Curran, Bryn Fortey, Eric James, Franklyn G. Johnson, Jack Marsh, Chris Morgan, F.G. Smallmount, and editor Rob Holdstock.  
Contributors of writing included John Brosnan, Lisa Conesa ([[Zimri]]), Robert Curran, Bryn Fortey, Eric James, Franklyn G. Johnson, Jack Marsh, Chris Morgan, F.G. Smallmount, and editor Rob Holdstock.  
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Also included was an interview with artist Andrew Stephenson in Issue 3.
Also included was an interview with artist Andrew Stephenson in Issue 3.
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Robert Holdstock was the author of over 30 books, including the World Fantasy Award winning''Mythago Wood''.
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Robert Holdstock was the author of over 30 books, including the World Fantasy Award winning ''Mythago Wood''.
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Revision as of 02:18, 15 August 2011

Macrocosm was a literary and fantasy small press publication by Robert Holdstock (1948-2009).

Macrocosm was published in the 1970s in Kent, UK.

Contributors of writing included John Brosnan, Lisa Conesa (Zimri), Robert Curran, Bryn Fortey, Eric James, Franklyn G. Johnson, Jack Marsh, Chris Morgan, F.G. Smallmount, and editor Rob Holdstock.

Art work was contributed by Lisa Conesa, Eric James, Terry Jeeves (The Damned Patrol), Alastair Noyle, James Pagitt, Dave Rowe, and Andrew Stephenson, with a cover for Issue 3 by Dave Rowe.

Also included was an interview with artist Andrew Stephenson in Issue 3.

Robert Holdstock was the author of over 30 books, including the World Fantasy Award winning Mythago Wood.

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