Scavenger's Newsletter

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'''Scavenger's Newsletter''' was a literary fanzine by Janet Fox.
'''Scavenger's Newsletter''' was a literary fanzine by Janet Fox.
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Janet Fox published her newsletter throughout the 1980s from Osage City, Kansas, U.S.A.
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Janet Fox published her newsletter beginning in 1984 from Osage City, Kansas, U.S.A., till it ceased publication in 2003.
''Scavenger's Newlsetter'' regularly featured short stories and poems by authors of weird fiction, horror, science fiction, and tales of the Supernatural, as well as articles and essays on writing, alongside listing of fanzines and small press publications intended for writers seeking publication.
''Scavenger's Newlsetter'' regularly featured short stories and poems by authors of weird fiction, horror, science fiction, and tales of the Supernatural, as well as articles and essays on writing, alongside listing of fanzines and small press publications intended for writers seeking publication.
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Revision as of 11:31, 27 August 2011

Scavenger's Newsletter was a literary fanzine by Janet Fox.

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

Scavenger's Newlsetter regularly featured short stories and poems by authors of weird fiction, horror, science fiction, and tales of the Supernatural, as well as articles and essays on writing, alongside listing of fanzines and small press publications intended for writers seeking publication.

Contributors of fiction included Stephanie Bedwell-Grime, Donald J. Levit, D.F. Lewis, Lyn McConchie, Dodie Miller, A.R. Morlan, Octavio Ramos, Jr., Kiel Stuart, and Tamara Wilhite.

Contributors of articles and essays included Judith F. Bullock, Thomas Deja, R. David Fulcher, Joyce Frohn, Marge Simon (Star*Line), H.P. Werner and Billy Wolfenbarger.

Also included were interviews with writers and editors such as G.Sutton Breiding of Punk-Surrealist Cafe, Indgenous Fiction editor Sherry Decker, William F. Nolan, co-editor of Rhodomagnetic Digest, poet and Data Dump editor Steve Sneyd, and artists such as Cathy Buburuz.

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