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'''The Vampire's Crypt''' was a literary horror small press magazine published by Margaret L. Carter in the U.S.A.
'''The Vampire's Crypt''' was a literary horror small press magazine published by Margaret L. Carter in the U.S.A.
''The Vampire's Crypt'' was first released  in Summer 1989, and ran until the 2000s. The final issue was number 25, published in Spring 2002.
''The Vampire's Crypt'' was first released  in Summer 1989, and ran until the 2000s. The final issue was number 25, published in Spring 2002.
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Contributors of writing included Stephanie Bedwell-Grime, Edo van Belkom, Barbara A. Custer, Fay Dominie, Lorin Emery, Gemma Files, Brice patrick Gorman, John Grey, Jess Hays, Diana Jackson,  Charlee Jacob, Lorraine A. Jean, Nancy Kilpatrick, Toby Lancellotti, Murray J.D. Leeder, [[D.F. Lewis]], Eve Mahoney, Lyn McConchie, Donnie Nichols, Adriana I. Pena, Sandra Robinson, Katherine X. Rylien, Michael Samerdyke, Ann K. Schwader, Bobby Warner, Carol A. Wiley, and others.
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Contributors of writing included Stephanie Bedwell-Grime ([[Timeframe]]), Edo van Belkom, Barbara A. Custer, Fay Dominie, Loring Emery ([[La Pierna Tierna]]), Gemma Files, Brice Patrick Gorman, John Grey, Jess Hays, Kate Hill, Diana Jackson,  Charlee Jacob, Lorraine A. Jean, Nancy Kilpatrick, Toby Lancellotti, Murray J.D. Leeder, [[D.F. Lewis]] ([[Nemonymous]]), Eve Mahoney, Lyn McConchie, Donnie Nichols, Adriana I. Pena, Sandra Robinson, Katherine X. Rylien, Michael Samerdyke, Ann K. Schwader, Bobby Warner, Carol A. Wiley, and others.
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Poetry was by Jeffrey A. Barach, Melissa Batek, Larry Blazek, Denyse Bridger, Cardinal Cox, Fay Dominie, Brice P. Gorman, John Grey, Diana Jackson, Charlee Jacob, Calvin Lear, John Leland, David Lunde, Donnie Nichols, Elizabeth Pierce, Leslie Remencus, Michelle Scalise, and Marge Simon ([[Star*Line]]), among others.  
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Poetry was by Jeffrey A. Barach, Melissa Bastek, Larry Blazek, Denyse Bridger, Margaret L. Carter, Lee Clark, Cardinal Cox, Gary W. Davis, Monique DeMontigny, Fay Dominie, Brice Patrick Gorman, John Grey, Diana Jackson, Charlee Jacob, Kate Hill, Catherine Krusberg, Calvin Lear, John Leland, Jennifer Loeffler, David Lunde, J.M. Navroth, Lisa Negus, Donnie Nichols, Lee Nichols-Parker, Michael Night, Roy Martin Nottestad, Jane Oz, Elizabeth Pierce, Melissa Pinol, Leslie Remencus, John Robert, William P. Robertson, Michelle Scalise, May Shifman, [[Marge B. Simon]] ([[Star*Line]]), Scarlett Thorne, and Robert P. Vega, among others.  
Book reviews were by Catherine B. Krusberg and film reviews were by John Robert Marlow. Other articles and reviews were by Elaine Bergstrom, Wynne L. Hanner, and Adriana I. Pena.   
Book reviews were by Catherine B. Krusberg and film reviews were by John Robert Marlow. Other articles and reviews were by Elaine Bergstrom, Wynne L. Hanner, and Adriana I. Pena.   
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''The Vampire's Crypt'' featured interviews with Elaine Bergstrom, Poppy Z. Bright, Suzy McKee Charnas, P.N. Elrod, Nancy Kilpatrick, Roxanne Longstreet, Lois Tilton, and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.
''The Vampire's Crypt'' featured interviews with Elaine Bergstrom, Poppy Z. Bright, Suzy McKee Charnas, P.N. Elrod, Nancy Kilpatrick, Roxanne Longstreet, Lois Tilton, and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.
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Art work was by Jeff Allgood, Lisa Baglini, Robert Baldwin, Larry Blazek, Dawn Callahan, John A. Carter, Leonard J. Carter IV, Fay Dominie, John Golden, Sarah J. Haskins, Calvin Lear, Dawn M. Kolometz, Allen Hoszowski, Buzz Lovko, Donell Meadows, Donnie Nichols, Abraham R. Nox, Elizabeth Pierce, Elliot L. Roden, Donald W. Schank, Marge Simon, Kim Traub, and others.  
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Art work was by Jeff Allgood, Lisa Baglini, Robert Baldwin, Stephanie Bedwell-Grime, Larry Blazek, Dawn Callahan, John A. Carter, Leonard J. Carter IV, Monique DeMontigny, Fay Dominie, Paul Fulcher, John W. Garvey, John Golden, Eugene Gryniewicz, Sarah J. Haskins, Dawn M. Kolometz, Allen Koszowski, John Kyc, Calvin Lear, Kevin Lindenmuth, Buzz Lovko, Albert J. Manachino, Donell Meadows, Donnie Nichols, Abraham R. Nox, Carlos Perez, Elizabeth Pierce, J.D. Raymond, Elliot L. Roden, Donald W. Schank, Marge Simon, Henry Smedley, Kim Traub, Linda L. Whitten, Karen Wikoff, and others.  
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The Vampire's Crypt Issue 11 1995 Cover art by Donald W. Schank
The Vampire's Crypt
Issue 11 1995
Cover art by Donald W. Schank

The Vampire's Crypt was a literary horror small press magazine published by Margaret L. Carter in the U.S.A.

The Vampire's Crypt was first released in Summer 1989, and ran until the 2000s. The final issue was number 25, published in Spring 2002.

Contributors of writing included Stephanie Bedwell-Grime (Timeframe), Edo van Belkom, Barbara A. Custer, Fay Dominie, Loring Emery (La Pierna Tierna), Gemma Files, Brice Patrick Gorman, John Grey, Jess Hays, Kate Hill, Diana Jackson, Charlee Jacob, Lorraine A. Jean, Nancy Kilpatrick, Toby Lancellotti, Murray J.D. Leeder, D.F. Lewis (Nemonymous), Eve Mahoney, Lyn McConchie, Donnie Nichols, Adriana I. Pena, Sandra Robinson, Katherine X. Rylien, Michael Samerdyke, Ann K. Schwader, Bobby Warner, Carol A. Wiley, and others.

Poetry was by Jeffrey A. Barach, Melissa Bastek, Larry Blazek, Denyse Bridger, Margaret L. Carter, Lee Clark, Cardinal Cox, Gary W. Davis, Monique DeMontigny, Fay Dominie, Brice Patrick Gorman, John Grey, Diana Jackson, Charlee Jacob, Kate Hill, Catherine Krusberg, Calvin Lear, John Leland, Jennifer Loeffler, David Lunde, J.M. Navroth, Lisa Negus, Donnie Nichols, Lee Nichols-Parker, Michael Night, Roy Martin Nottestad, Jane Oz, Elizabeth Pierce, Melissa Pinol, Leslie Remencus, John Robert, William P. Robertson, Michelle Scalise, May Shifman, Marge B. Simon (Star*Line), Scarlett Thorne, and Robert P. Vega, among others.

Book reviews were by Catherine B. Krusberg and film reviews were by John Robert Marlow. Other articles and reviews were by Elaine Bergstrom, Wynne L. Hanner, and Adriana I. Pena.

The Vampire's Crypt featured interviews with Elaine Bergstrom, Poppy Z. Bright, Suzy McKee Charnas, P.N. Elrod, Nancy Kilpatrick, Roxanne Longstreet, Lois Tilton, and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

Art work was by Jeff Allgood, Lisa Baglini, Robert Baldwin, Stephanie Bedwell-Grime, Larry Blazek, Dawn Callahan, John A. Carter, Leonard J. Carter IV, Monique DeMontigny, Fay Dominie, Paul Fulcher, John W. Garvey, John Golden, Eugene Gryniewicz, Sarah J. Haskins, Dawn M. Kolometz, Allen Koszowski, John Kyc, Calvin Lear, Kevin Lindenmuth, Buzz Lovko, Albert J. Manachino, Donell Meadows, Donnie Nichols, Abraham R. Nox, Carlos Perez, Elizabeth Pierce, J.D. Raymond, Elliot L. Roden, Donald W. Schank, Marge Simon, Henry Smedley, Kim Traub, Linda L. Whitten, Karen Wikoff, and others.

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