The Poetic Knight

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At least 8 issues were published.  Contributors to other issues included Lillian Csernica, Hector Degas, Mary Anne Mohanraj, Joette Rozanski, and [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]] ([[Fantasy Macabre]]).
At least 8 issues were published.  Contributors to other issues included Lillian Csernica, Hector Degas, Mary Anne Mohanraj, Joette Rozanski, and [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]] ([[Fantasy Macabre]]).
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The Poetic Knight  Issue 1 Spring 1991  Cover art by Chuck Bordell
The Poetic Knight
Issue 1 Spring 1991
Cover art by Chuck Bordell

The Poetic Knight was "a fantasy romance magazine" edited by Michael and Kristina While and published by Chimera Press in North Canton, Ohio, U.S.A.

The first issue was dated Spring 1991. The publication featured fiction and poetry. Contributions of poetry for issue 1 were by Chuck Bordell, Anna Byars, Michael Daubenspeck, John Grey, J.C. Hendee, James F. Mayhew, Thomas Molocea, Ardessa Nica-Jesseau, Gregory L. Norris, June Osborne, P.J. Roberts, William P. Robertson, and PRS Schwartz.

Cover art was by Chuck Bordell. Interior illustrations were from Richard Dahlstrom, James Pipik, J.D. Raymond, and Galen B. Showman.

At least 8 issues were published. Contributors to other issues included Lillian Csernica, Hector Degas, Mary Anne Mohanraj, Joette Rozanski, and Jessica Amanda Salmonson (Fantasy Macabre).

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