Scavenger's Newsletter

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Scavenger's Newsletter was a literary fanzine and newsletter by Janet Fox (1940-2009).

Janet Fox published her newsletter beginning in 1984 from Osage City, Kansas, U.S.A., till it ceased publication in 2003.

Five features were included in every issue: "The Scroungings", a listing of fanzines and small press publications sent in by editors looking for material, which was the main part of the newsletter; "Slim Pickin's", news about good and bad editors and magazines; "Junkmail", the letter column; and "Flea Market", the classifieds. Scavenger's Newsletter also regularly featured short stories and poems by authors of weird fiction, horror, science fiction, and tales of the Supernatural.

Contributors of fiction and poetry included Mike Allen, Matthew Lee Bain, Patrick Scott Belk, Lawrence Barker, Bruce Boston, Deborah J. Beyer, Dan Crawford, Paul DeCirce, T.A. Di Roma, J.W. Donnelly, T.M. Eaton, Tim Emswiler, Paula Fleming, John M. Floyd, Sean Russell Friend, Victor A. Gallis, Jessica Gates, Stephanie Bedwell-Grime, Peter F. Jeffery, Diana R. Jenkins, Brian Keene, Lynne Kinghorn, Naomi Kritzer, Angela Lam, Donald J. Levitt, B. Lewis, D.F. Lewis, Duncan Lloyd, Todd Mason, Lyn McConchie, Dodie Miller, A.R. Morlan, Joe Murphy, Octavio Ramos, Jr., Patricia Russo, Anne K. Schwader, Steve Sneyd (Data Dump), Kiel Stuart, Wade Tarzia, Jonathan Titchenal, Tamara Wilhite, and Stephen Jarrell Williams, .

Contributors of articles, essays, and interviews included Nancy Bennett, Judith F. Bullock, Klaus Bung, Jeanne Cavelos, Kristine Coblitz, Thomas Deja, Lisa Eagleson-Rover, Loren Emery, Donna Farley, Joyce Frohn, R. David Fulcher, Ken Goldman, Jim Lee, Bob Liddil, Michael McCarty, Russ Miller, Wendy Rathbone, Steven Sawicki, Marge Simon (Star*Line), Joy V. Smith, Darren Speegle, Garth Spencer, Jonathan Torres, Don Webb, H.P. Werner and Billy Wolfenbarger.

Contributors of art work included Allen Koszowski, John R. Platt, Misti Turner, and Eric York.

Also included were interviews with writers and editors such as Scorpions Dream editor Anna Boudreau, G.Sutton Breiding of Punk-Surrealist Cafe, Indigenous Fiction editor Sherry Decker, Dark Matter editor Cristopher Hennessey-Rose, Mindmares editor Tracy Martin, Urbanite editor Mark McLaughlin, William F. Nolan, co-editor of Rhodomagnetic Digest, poet and Data Dump editor Steve Sneyd, and artists such as Cathy Buburuz, Sandy De Luca and Jamie Oberschlake.

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