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'''Marge B. Simon''' is a zine editor, poet, artist, and writer from the U.S.A.
'''Marge B. Simon''' is a zine editor, poet, artist, and writer from the U.S.A.
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Marge B. Simon was the editor of [[Star*Line]], which was founded in January 1978 by Suzette Haden Elgin as a forum and networking tool for poets writing speculative and fantastic poetry. Initially, ''Star*Line'' was published twelve times a year. As of 1980, it was published six times a year. In 1982, Robert Frazier took over from Suzette Haden Elgin; from 1986 till 1988, the editor was Elissa Malcohn, with Robert Frazier returning from 1988 until 1991, followed by Richard Rowand for a year. Marge B. Simon first became editor from 1992 until 1995, followed by David C. Kopaska-Merkel ([[Dreams and Nightmares]]) from 1996 till 2002 and Tim Pratt from 2002 till 2004, until Marge Simon resumed editorship from 2004 to 2011. In 2011 ''Star*Line'' became a quarterly. F.J. Bergmann assumed editorship in 2012.
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In 1988, Simon was President of the Small Press Writers and Artists Organization (SPWAO).
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''Cthulhu Sex'' #23 (2006) carried a short article on Simon's artwork. She has done cover art work for zines such as [[1130 Club]] and [[The Standing Stone]].
===Zines===
===Zines===
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*[[SPWAO Showcase]] (poetry editor)
*[[Star*Line]]
*[[Star*Line]]
===Contributions===
===Contributions===
*[[1130 Club]]
*[[1130 Club]]
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*2AM Magazine
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*Aberations
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*Aoife's Kiss
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*Argonaut
*[[Bare Bone]]
*[[Bare Bone]]
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*Beyond
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*Beyond Centauri
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*Bifrost
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*[[Black Satellite]]
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*Bloodsongs
*[[Champagne Horror]]
*[[Champagne Horror]]
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*Cthulhu Sex
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*Dark Regions
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*Dead Lines
*[[Deathrealm]]
*[[Deathrealm]]
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*Doorways
*[[Doppelganger]]
*[[Doppelganger]]
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*[[Dreams and Nightmares]]
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*The Edge
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*Eldritch Tales
*[[Fantasy Commentator]]
*[[Fantasy Commentator]]
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*[[Freezer Burn Magazine]]
*[[Frisson]]
*[[Frisson]]
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*Full Unit Hookup
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*Gaslight
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*Grue
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*The Haunted Sun
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*Heliocentric Net
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*Hungur Magazine
*[[Ice River]]
*[[Ice River]]
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*Illumen
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*Low Orbit
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*[[The Magazine of Speculative Poetry]]
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*Minnesota Fantasy Review
*[[Mythic Delirium]]
*[[Mythic Delirium]]
*[[Nemonymous]]
*[[Nemonymous]]
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*New Word
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*[[Niekas]]
*[[Noctulpa]]
*[[Noctulpa]]
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*Nocturne
*[[Not One Of Us]]
*[[Not One Of Us]]
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*The Official Newsletter of the Horror Writers Association
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*Other Realms
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*[[Ourorboros]]
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*[[Palace Corbie]]
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*[[Rare Constellations]]
*[[Scavenger's Newsletter]]
*[[Scavenger's Newsletter]]
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*Scifaikuest
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*Serendipity
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*The Shantytown Anomaly
*[[Space and Time]]
*[[Space and Time]]
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*SPWAO Newsletter
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*[[The Standing Stone]]
*[[The Sterling Web]]
*[[The Sterling Web]]
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*Strange Horizons
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*Sybil's Garage
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*Talebones
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*Tales of the Talisman
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*Tales of the Unanticipated
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*[[Testament of Lael]]
*[[Thin Ice]]
*[[Thin Ice]]
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*Thrust
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*[[The Tome]]
*[[TransVersions]]
*[[TransVersions]]
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*[[Twink]]
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*[[Twisted]]
*[[The Urbanite]]
*[[The Urbanite]]
*[[The Vampire's Crypt]]
*[[The Vampire's Crypt]]
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*Visions
*[[Voices From The Edge]]
*[[Voices From The Edge]]
*[[Xizquil]]
*[[Xizquil]]
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*[[Zero Gravity Freefall]]
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Revision as of 23:57, 23 November 2012

Marge B. Simon is a zine editor, poet, artist, and writer from the U.S.A.

Marge B. Simon was the editor of Star*Line, which was founded in January 1978 by Suzette Haden Elgin as a forum and networking tool for poets writing speculative and fantastic poetry. Initially, Star*Line was published twelve times a year. As of 1980, it was published six times a year. In 1982, Robert Frazier took over from Suzette Haden Elgin; from 1986 till 1988, the editor was Elissa Malcohn, with Robert Frazier returning from 1988 until 1991, followed by Richard Rowand for a year. Marge B. Simon first became editor from 1992 until 1995, followed by David C. Kopaska-Merkel (Dreams and Nightmares) from 1996 till 2002 and Tim Pratt from 2002 till 2004, until Marge Simon resumed editorship from 2004 to 2011. In 2011 Star*Line became a quarterly. F.J. Bergmann assumed editorship in 2012.

In 1988, Simon was President of the Small Press Writers and Artists Organization (SPWAO).

Cthulhu Sex #23 (2006) carried a short article on Simon's artwork. She has done cover art work for zines such as 1130 Club and The Standing Stone.

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