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(New page: '''Tamlacht''' was a small press publication devoted to H. P. Lovecraft and occult matters by Victor Boruta. ''Tamlacht'' was published in the 1970s. "Tamlacht" is a Gaelic word that...)
 
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''Tamlacht'' was published in the 1970s. "Tamlacht" is a Gaelic word that usually indicated a religious burial ground, often pagan in origin.  
 
''Tamlacht'' was published in the 1970s. "Tamlacht" is a Gaelic word that usually indicated a religious burial ground, often pagan in origin.  
  
Contributors of writing included Roger Bryant, writing on the  chronology of the "Necronomicon".  
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Contributors of articles,  essays, and reviews included A.A. Attanasio, reviewing Alastair Crowley's ''Magic in Theory and Practice''; Roger Bryant, writing on the  chronology of the "Necronomicon", Joe Punilia writing on "Beowulf and the Supernatural".
  
Contributors of cover art work included Mike Gilbert.
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Contributors of fiction included A.A. Atanasio, 
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Contributors of cover art work included Michael Gilbert, Beth Lefkowitz,
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Photography was by Ronald Attanasio.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:11, 21 December 2011

Tamlacht was a small press publication devoted to H. P. Lovecraft and occult matters by Victor Boruta.

Tamlacht was published in the 1970s. "Tamlacht" is a Gaelic word that usually indicated a religious burial ground, often pagan in origin.

Contributors of articles, essays, and reviews included A.A. Attanasio, reviewing Alastair Crowley's Magic in Theory and Practice; Roger Bryant, writing on the chronology of the "Necronomicon", Joe Punilia writing on "Beowulf and the Supernatural".

Contributors of fiction included A.A. Atanasio,

Contributors of cover art work included Michael Gilbert, Beth Lefkowitz,

Photography was by Ronald Attanasio.