Orcrist

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Issue one was edited by Richard C. West, and James B. Robinson. The Art Editor was Ivor A. Rogers, and this issue included contributions of prose from Paulette Carroll, James Robinson , Richard C. West; contributions of poetry from Janet Boatner; and musical scores by Deborah Webster. Art work was by Laura Haglund, among others.
Issue one was edited by Richard C. West, and James B. Robinson. The Art Editor was Ivor A. Rogers, and this issue included contributions of prose from Paulette Carroll, James Robinson , Richard C. West; contributions of poetry from Janet Boatner; and musical scores by Deborah Webster. Art work was by Laura Haglund, among others.
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Issue two, released in 1967, featured contributions of poetry by  Deborah Webster; contributions of prose by Karen Corlett,Deborah C. Webster, Jr.,  Richard C. West; a one act play by Paulette Carroll; and musical scores by Deborah Webster, Jr. Art work was by Laura Haglund and Ivor Rogers.
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Orcrist was a fanzine devoted to the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, published by The University of Wisconsin J.R.R. Tolkien Society

The first issue was released in 1966, and eight issues were published.

Issue one was edited by Richard C. West, and James B. Robinson. The Art Editor was Ivor A. Rogers, and this issue included contributions of prose from Paulette Carroll, James Robinson , Richard C. West; contributions of poetry from Janet Boatner; and musical scores by Deborah Webster. Art work was by Laura Haglund, among others.

Issue two, released in 1967, featured contributions of poetry by Deborah Webster; contributions of prose by Karen Corlett,Deborah C. Webster, Jr., Richard C. West; a one act play by Paulette Carroll; and musical scores by Deborah Webster, Jr. Art work was by Laura Haglund and Ivor Rogers.

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