The Witches of Dorado

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'''The Witches of Dorado''' ('''Dorado Raganos''' in Lithuanian) is a science fiction and fantasy [[fanzine]] published by the Vilnius science fiction club Dorado.
'''The Witches of Dorado''' ('''Dorado Raganos''' in Lithuanian) is a science fiction and fantasy [[fanzine]] published by the Vilnius science fiction club Dorado.
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The three editors and publishers of ''Witches of Dorado'' are Elze Hamilton (formerely Surgailyte), Diana Lenceviciene (formerly Butkiene), and Audrone Vodzinskaite-Stadje. None of the publishers live in Lithuania: Elze Hamilton lives in Austin, Texas, U.S.A.; Diana Lenceviciene lives in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., and Audrone Vodzinskaite-Stadje in Stockholm, Sweden.  
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The three editors and publishers of ''Witches of Dorado'' are Elze Hamilton (formerely Surgailyte), Diana Lenceviciene (formerly Butkiene), and Audrone Vodzinskaite-Stadje. None of the publishers live in Lithuania: Elze Hamilton lives in Austin, Texas, U.S.A.; Diana Lenceviciene lives in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; and Audrone Vodzinskaite-Stadje in Stockholm, Sweden.  
Dorado Raganos was first published in 1994. It is printed in A4 format, 2 to 3 times a year, 32 to 40 pages per issue, in the Lithuanian language. From 1994 to 2006, 40 issues were published. From 1995 an appendix was added for publishing longer works; it spans 4-20 pages. In 1994 and 1996 Dorado Raganos was awarded the prize as the Best SF Fanzine in Lithuania.
Dorado Raganos was first published in 1994. It is printed in A4 format, 2 to 3 times a year, 32 to 40 pages per issue, in the Lithuanian language. From 1994 to 2006, 40 issues were published. From 1995 an appendix was added for publishing longer works; it spans 4-20 pages. In 1994 and 1996 Dorado Raganos was awarded the prize as the Best SF Fanzine in Lithuania.
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The Witches of Dorado (Dorado Raganos in Lithuanian) is a science fiction and fantasy fanzine published by the Vilnius science fiction club Dorado.

The three editors and publishers of Witches of Dorado are Elze Hamilton (formerely Surgailyte), Diana Lenceviciene (formerly Butkiene), and Audrone Vodzinskaite-Stadje. None of the publishers live in Lithuania: Elze Hamilton lives in Austin, Texas, U.S.A.; Diana Lenceviciene lives in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; and Audrone Vodzinskaite-Stadje in Stockholm, Sweden.

Dorado Raganos was first published in 1994. It is printed in A4 format, 2 to 3 times a year, 32 to 40 pages per issue, in the Lithuanian language. From 1994 to 2006, 40 issues were published. From 1995 an appendix was added for publishing longer works; it spans 4-20 pages. In 1994 and 1996 Dorado Raganos was awarded the prize as the Best SF Fanzine in Lithuania.

Members of the editorial board included Geniminas Kulokauskas, since 1996, and Justinas Zilinskas since 1999.

Contributors include Arvydas Akelaitis, Roma Almaniene, Andrius Almanis, Gediminas Beresnevicius, William Bond, Andzejus Buscikas, Masimas Cernychas, Lina Darbutaite, Ahrvidas Engholmas, Timnos Esaias, Elvyra Girniute, Karolis Gricius, Gintautas Kestutis Ivanickas, Leonid Kaganov, Arnoldus Kalnikas, Ahmed A. Khan, Raimindas Lencevicius, Lina Kulikaiskiene, Margarita Luzyte, Neringa Mikalauskiene, Daiva Minkeviciute, Augustinas Naslenas, Danute Nauronaite, Grigorij Pancenko, Frank Roger, Douglas Smith, Jorgen Stadje, Linas Urbonas, Dalius Vadluga, Neringa Vaitkute, Lukas Vangelis, Algirdas Velyvis, Tomas Vilkas, Kalnius Zilaitis, and Ramunas Zimantas.

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