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'''Tamlacht''' was a small press publication devoted to [[H. P. Lovecraft]] and occult matters by Victor Boruta and A.A. Attanasio.  
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'''Tamlacht''' was a small press publication devoted to [[H. P. Lovecraft]], science fantasy, and occult matters, by Victor Boruta and A.A. Attanasio.  
''Tamlacht'' was published in the 1970s. The first 15 issues were bulished by Boruta and Attanasio, after which it was publishe by Boruta alone. "Tamlacht" is a Gaelic word that usually indicated a religious burial ground, often pagan in origin.  
''Tamlacht'' was published in the 1970s. The first 15 issues were bulished by Boruta and Attanasio, after which it was publishe by Boruta alone. "Tamlacht" is a Gaelic word that usually indicated a religious burial ground, often pagan in origin.  
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Illustrations and photography were by Ronald Attanasio.
Illustrations and photography were by Ronald Attanasio.
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==External Links==
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*[http://www.aaattanasio.com/ The offical site for A.A. Attanasio]
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*[http://nox-vox.blogspot.com/ A.A. Attanasio's blog "Nox Vox"]
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Revision as of 23:25, 21 December 2011

Tamlacht was a small press publication devoted to H. P. Lovecraft, science fantasy, and occult matters, by Victor Boruta and A.A. Attanasio.

Tamlacht was published in the 1970s. The first 15 issues were bulished by Boruta and Attanasio, after which it was publishe by Boruta alone. "Tamlacht" is a Gaelic word that usually indicated a religious burial ground, often pagan in origin.

Contributors of articles, essays, and reviews included Alfred A. Attanasio, reviewing Alastair Crowley's Magic in Theory and Practice; an essay by A.A. Attanasio on "The Relationship Between Coleridge's 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner' and the Tarot'; Roger Bryant, writing on the chronology of the "Necronomicon", Joe Punilia writing on "Beowulf and the Supernatural".

Contributors of fiction included "Upon the Edge of Winter", "Fungi", and "Slipstream" by A.A. Atanasio.

Contributors of cover art work included Kenn Barr, Michael Gilbert , Beth Lefkowitz , Patrick Owens, Patricia Quiqley, and Mae Strelkov.

Illustrations and photography were by Ronald Attanasio.

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