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The cover was by A.F. Kidd. Interior illustrations were by Dallas Clive Goffin.  
 
The cover was by A.F. Kidd. Interior illustrations were by Dallas Clive Goffin.  
  
Contributors of writing included Michael Chislett, Dora Doyle, J.A. Hall, John Howard, Roger Johnson, Rick Kennett, [[D.F. Lewis]], Alan M. Marshall, Lyn McConchie, Edward Rand, Lawrence Richard,  Adrian Robertson, and David G. Rowlands.  
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Contributors of writing included Michael Chislett, Dora Doyle, J.A. Hall, John Howard, Roger Johnson, Rick Kennett, [[D.F. Lewis]] ([[Nemonymous]]), Alan M. Marshall, Lyn McConchie, Edward Rand, Lawrence Richard,  Adrian Robertson, and David G. Rowlands.  
  
 
Also included was the short story "The Violin" by James Parkhill-Rathbone, editor of [[Macabre (Scotland)|Macabre]], Scotland's first fanzine, published in 1939.
 
Also included was the short story "The Violin" by James Parkhill-Rathbone, editor of [[Macabre (Scotland)|Macabre]], Scotland's first fanzine, published in 1939.

Revision as of 02:04, 23 January 2012

Picatrix
Issue 1 1992
Cover art by A.F. Kidd

Picatrix is a literary zine by Chico Kidd, who frequently uses the pen name of A.F. Kidd.

Only one issue of Picatrix was published in 1992 in Ruislip, Middlesex, UK. it featured fantasy, horror and science fiction writing.

The cover was by A.F. Kidd. Interior illustrations were by Dallas Clive Goffin.

Contributors of writing included Michael Chislett, Dora Doyle, J.A. Hall, John Howard, Roger Johnson, Rick Kennett, D.F. Lewis (Nemonymous), Alan M. Marshall, Lyn McConchie, Edward Rand, Lawrence Richard, Adrian Robertson, and David G. Rowlands.

Also included was the short story "The Violin" by James Parkhill-Rathbone, editor of Macabre, Scotland's first fanzine, published in 1939.

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