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'''Nyctalops''' is a fanzine edited by Harry O. Morris and Edward Paul Berglund and published in the 1970's.
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'''Nyctalops''' was a fanzine edited by Harry O. Morris and Edward Paul Berglund published in the 1970s and 1980s.
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'''Nyctalops''' is devoted to H.P. Lovecraft and his circle, Charles Ashton Smith, and Robert Bloch. It is a 8.5 X 11" publication of approximately 100 pages that was published in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in May 1970. ''Nyctalops'' was initially published solely by Morris and consisted of literary criticism. but after issue three he asked Edward Berglund to become fiction editor for the zine and commencing with issue four the fanzine included fiction. The two editors worked together for seven more issues, with nineteen issues released in all.   
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''Nyctalops'' is devoted to [[H. P. Lovecraft]] and his circle, Clark Ashton Smith, and [[Robert Bloch]]. It is an 8.5 X 11" publication of approximately 100 pages that was published in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in May 1970. ''Nyctalops'' was initially published solely by Morris and consisted of literary criticism, but after issue three he asked Edward Berglund to become fiction editor for the zine and commencing with issue four the fanzine included fiction. The two editors worked together for seven more issues, with nineteen issues released in all.   
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Contributors included Bernadette Bosky, David J. Brown, Ramsey Campbell, Walter C. DeBill, Jr., Gary Drake, Denise Dumars, Thomas M. Egan, Steve Eng, R. Alain Everts, Kenneth W. Faig, Jr., Donald Sidney-Fryer, Charles Richard Grose, Alan D. Gullette, Gary Harrison, John Jacob, John Koblas, George Laking, James Lawson, Thomas Ligotti, Brian Lumley, Rob Hollis Miller, Dirk W. Mosig ([[The Miskatonic]]), Joe Moudry, Dale Nelson, Gerald W. Page, Jim Pianfetti, Ted Pons, E. Hoffman Price, Robert M. Price ([[Crypt of Cthulhu]], [[Cthulhu Codex]]), Graham Pryor, [[Wilum Pugmire|W. Pugmire]] ([[Midnight Fantasies]], [[Old Bones]]), Glen Rahman, Phyllis Rose, [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]] ([[The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror]]), Lewis Sanders, David E. Schultz, Darell Schweitzer, Vernon Shea, James Taylor, Stephen Verba, Bruce Walker, William Wallace, George Wetzel, and Neal Wilgus.  
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Contributors included Michael A. Aquino, Robert Bloch, Bernadette Bosky, G. Sutton Breiding ([[Ebon Lute]], [[The Punk-Surrealist Cafe]]), David J. Brown, Ramsey Campbell, Thomas G. Cockroft, Walter C. DeBill, Jr., Gary Drake, Denise Dumars, Thomas M. Egan, Steve Eng, R. Alain Everts ([[The Outsider]]), Kenneth W. Faig, Jr., Donald Sidney-Fryer, Mike Glyer ([[File 770]]), Charles Richard Grose, Alan D. Gullette, Gary Harrison, Don Herron, William Scott Home, Richard Huber, John Jacob, S.T. Joshi, John Koblas, George Laking, Joel Lane, James Lawson, [[Thomas Ligotti]], Brian Lumley, Rob Hollis Miller, Dirk W. Mosig ([[The Miskatonic]]), Joe Moudry, Will Murray, Dale Nelson, Gerald W. Page ([[Si-Fan]]), Jim Pianfetti, Ted Pons, E. Hoffman Price, [[Robert M. Price]] ([[Crypt of Cthulhu]], [[Cthulhu Codex]]), Graham Pryor, [[Wilum Pugmire|W. Pugmire]] ([[Midnight Fantasies]], [[Old Bones]], [[Visions of Khroyd'hon]]), Glen Rahman, Phyllis Rose, Sam Sackett ([[Fantastic Worlds]]), [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]] ([[The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror]], [[Fantasy Macabre]]), Lewis Sanders, Jacqueline Schafer, David E. Schultz, Darrell Schweitzer, Vernon Shea, Patti Smith, James Taylor, Stephen Verba, Bruce Walker, William Wallace, George Wetzel, Neal Wilgus, and Billy Wolfenbarger.  
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Artists included Mike Garcia, Jim Pitts, Denis Tiani and Helmet Wenske.
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Also included were reprints of the writing of Robert E. Howard, Frank Belknap Long, and Clark Ashton Smith, among others.  
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Harry O. Morris also published the apazine [[Nocturne]] for the "Esoteric Order of Dagon".  
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Artists included Herb Arnold, Thomas G.L. Cockroft,  Mike Garcia, Mark Gelotte, Tim Kirk, Jim Pitts, Steve Riley, Denis Tiani, Helmet Wenske, and Walt Simonson. Reprints of the art work of Clark Ashton Smith were also featured in the Clark Ashton Smith memorial issue, #7.
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Harry O. Morris also published the apazine [[Nocturne]] for the [[Esoteric Order of Dagon]].  
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Nyctalops was a fanzine edited by Harry O. Morris and Edward Paul Berglund published in the 1970s and 1980s.

Nyctalops is devoted to H. P. Lovecraft and his circle, Clark Ashton Smith, and Robert Bloch. It is an 8.5 X 11" publication of approximately 100 pages that was published in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in May 1970. Nyctalops was initially published solely by Morris and consisted of literary criticism, but after issue three he asked Edward Berglund to become fiction editor for the zine and commencing with issue four the fanzine included fiction. The two editors worked together for seven more issues, with nineteen issues released in all.

Contributors included Michael A. Aquino, Robert Bloch, Bernadette Bosky, G. Sutton Breiding (Ebon Lute, The Punk-Surrealist Cafe), David J. Brown, Ramsey Campbell, Thomas G. Cockroft, Walter C. DeBill, Jr., Gary Drake, Denise Dumars, Thomas M. Egan, Steve Eng, R. Alain Everts (The Outsider), Kenneth W. Faig, Jr., Donald Sidney-Fryer, Mike Glyer (File 770), Charles Richard Grose, Alan D. Gullette, Gary Harrison, Don Herron, William Scott Home, Richard Huber, John Jacob, S.T. Joshi, John Koblas, George Laking, Joel Lane, James Lawson, Thomas Ligotti, Brian Lumley, Rob Hollis Miller, Dirk W. Mosig (The Miskatonic), Joe Moudry, Will Murray, Dale Nelson, Gerald W. Page (Si-Fan), Jim Pianfetti, Ted Pons, E. Hoffman Price, Robert M. Price (Crypt of Cthulhu, Cthulhu Codex), Graham Pryor, W. Pugmire (Midnight Fantasies, Old Bones, Visions of Khroyd'hon), Glen Rahman, Phyllis Rose, Sam Sackett (Fantastic Worlds), Jessica Amanda Salmonson (The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror, Fantasy Macabre), Lewis Sanders, Jacqueline Schafer, David E. Schultz, Darrell Schweitzer, Vernon Shea, Patti Smith, James Taylor, Stephen Verba, Bruce Walker, William Wallace, George Wetzel, Neal Wilgus, and Billy Wolfenbarger.

Also included were reprints of the writing of Robert E. Howard, Frank Belknap Long, and Clark Ashton Smith, among others.

Artists included Herb Arnold, Thomas G.L. Cockroft, Mike Garcia, Mark Gelotte, Tim Kirk, Jim Pitts, Steve Riley, Denis Tiani, Helmet Wenske, and Walt Simonson. Reprints of the art work of Clark Ashton Smith were also featured in the Clark Ashton Smith memorial issue, #7.

Harry O. Morris also published the apazine Nocturne for the Esoteric Order of Dagon.

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