Xenium

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Contributors of writing included Norm Clarke ([[Honque]], [[Queebshots]]), and Susan Wood ([[Aspidistra]], [[Amor]]).  
Contributors of writing included Norm Clarke ([[Honque]], [[Queebshots]]), and Susan Wood ([[Aspidistra]], [[Amor]]).  
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Contributors of art work included Randy Bathurst, John Berry, Grant Canfield, Derek Carter, Connie Reich Faddis, Mike Gilbert, C. Lee Healy, John Ingham, Tim Kirk, Marty Larson, [[Bill Rotsler]],  Jim Shull, Dan Steffan, Angus Taylor, [[Bjo Trimble]] ([[Melange]]), and others.  
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Contributors of art work included Randy Bathurst, John Berry, Grant Canfield, Derek Carter, Connie Reich Faddis ([[Interphase]]), Mike Gilbert, C. Lee Healy, John Ingham, Tim Kirk, Marty Larson, [[Bill Rotsler]],  Jim Shull, Dan Steffan, Angus Taylor, [[Bjo Trimble]] ([[Melange]]), and others.  
Contributions of comic strips came from Alicia Austin, reprinted from her fanzine [[Kevas and Trillium]].
Contributions of comic strips came from Alicia Austin, reprinted from her fanzine [[Kevas and Trillium]].

Revision as of 06:02, 26 June 2014

Xenium was a science fiction fanzine by Mike Glicksohn.

Begun as an apazine for APA-45 by Mike Glicksohn and Susan Wood, it soon became more of a personal zine for Mike and was distributed by Fantasy Amateur Press Association.

Contributors of writing included Norm Clarke (Honque, Queebshots), and Susan Wood (Aspidistra, Amor).

Contributors of art work included Randy Bathurst, John Berry, Grant Canfield, Derek Carter, Connie Reich Faddis (Interphase), Mike Gilbert, C. Lee Healy, John Ingham, Tim Kirk, Marty Larson, Bill Rotsler, Jim Shull, Dan Steffan, Angus Taylor, Bjo Trimble (Melange), and others.

Contributions of comic strips came from Alicia Austin, reprinted from her fanzine Kevas and Trillium.

Letters came from Eli Cohen (Kratophany), David Emerson (Rune), Jerry Kaufman (The Spanish Inquisition), Mike O'Brien, and others.

Mike Glicksohn and Susan Wood also published Energumen.

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