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'''Primordial Eye''' was a zine of "atmospheric fiction, be it science fiction, fantasy, or horror," edited by Gary J. Robinson and published by Strange Sunken Island Productions out of Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
 
'''Primordial Eye''' was a zine of "atmospheric fiction, be it science fiction, fantasy, or horror," edited by Gary J. Robinson and published by Strange Sunken Island Productions out of Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
  
The first and only issue appeared in April 1988.
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The first and only issue appeared in April 1988. It was an 80 page publication.  
  
 
It contained fiction by Dan Crawford, Chrisopher Cumo, Dana Hall, Gerard Houarner, Jim Mastro, Dawn Decker Melnyk, John B. Rosenman, and Ralph E. Vaughan.
 
It contained fiction by Dan Crawford, Chrisopher Cumo, Dana Hall, Gerard Houarner, Jim Mastro, Dawn Decker Melnyk, John B. Rosenman, and Ralph E. Vaughan.
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Latest revision as of 21:32, 8 February 2012

Primordial Eye
Issue #1, April 1988
Cover Art by Rodolfo A. Ferraresi

Primordial Eye was a zine of "atmospheric fiction, be it science fiction, fantasy, or horror," edited by Gary J. Robinson and published by Strange Sunken Island Productions out of Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

The first and only issue appeared in April 1988. It was an 80 page publication.

It contained fiction by Dan Crawford, Chrisopher Cumo, Dana Hall, Gerard Houarner, Jim Mastro, Dawn Decker Melnyk, John B. Rosenman, and Ralph E. Vaughan.

Poetry was contributed by Dwight E. Humphries, Janet P. Reedman, Wayne Allen Sallee, and Ann K. Schwader.

Also included was an editorial, "Cthulhoid Karma Consciousness," by Gary Robinson.

The cover and interior artwork was by Rodolfo A. Ferraresi.