Noctulpa

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'''Noctulpa''' was a literary horror fanzine published by George Hatch.
'''Noctulpa''' was a literary horror fanzine published by George Hatch.
   
   
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''Noctulpa'', was subtitled, "Journal of Horror".
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''Noctulpa'', was subtitled, "Journal of Horror", was published in the 1980s and 1990s.
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Art work was by Alan M. Baker.
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Art work was by Alan M. Baker, John Borkowski.
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Contributors included Paul Curtis, Kenneth P. Czech, Janet Fox ([[Scavenger's Newsletter]]), C.S. Fugua, John Grey, K.J. Harmon, Kim L. Neidigh, John Schoffen, James Snyder, Scott Urban. and Bobby G. Warner.  
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Contributors included David Barker, Randy Chandler, Paul Curtis, Kenneth P. Czech, J.E. Dressier,  Janet Fox ([[Scavenger's Newsletter]]), C.S. Fugua, John Grey, K.J. Harmon, Gerard Houarner, Ronald Kelly, H. Andrew Lych, Kim L. Neidigh, Jeffrey Osier, Norman Partridge, Mark Rainey, Mike Reckard, John Schoffen, Ann K. Schwader, David B. Silva, James Snyder, D.W. Taylor,  Steve Rasnic Tem, Scott Urban, Bobby G. Warner, Wayne Rile Williams, Chet Williamson, and t. Winter-Damon.  
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Revision as of 01:53, 29 November 2011

Noctulpa was a literary horror fanzine published by George Hatch.

Noctulpa, was subtitled, "Journal of Horror", was published in the 1980s and 1990s.

Art work was by Alan M. Baker, John Borkowski.

Contributors included David Barker, Randy Chandler, Paul Curtis, Kenneth P. Czech, J.E. Dressier, Janet Fox (Scavenger's Newsletter), C.S. Fugua, John Grey, K.J. Harmon, Gerard Houarner, Ronald Kelly, H. Andrew Lych, Kim L. Neidigh, Jeffrey Osier, Norman Partridge, Mark Rainey, Mike Reckard, John Schoffen, Ann K. Schwader, David B. Silva, James Snyder, D.W. Taylor, Steve Rasnic Tem, Scott Urban, Bobby G. Warner, Wayne Rile Williams, Chet Williamson, and t. Winter-Damon.

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