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Issue 2 April 1974
Cover art by Ross Chamberlain

Fangle was a science fiction fanzine by Ross Chamberlain.

The first two issues were published in the 1970s in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A., issue 1 was released in Fall 1971, and was 20 pages. The second issue, published April 1974, was 48 pages.

Cover art was by Ross Chamberlain. Interior art was by Ross Chamberlain and John Ingham. Contributions of writing for issue 1 came from Arnie Katz (FIAWOL), and Bill Kunkel and Charlene Komar (Rats!), among others.

Issue 2 was subtitled "The Return of Fangle", and was a letterzine. Cover art was by Ross Chamberlain, and interior art was by Chamberlain and Rick Stooker. Included was an editorial and letters from Dave Burton, Hank Davis, David Emerson, Mike Glicksohn (Energumen), Larry Herndon, Terry Hughes (Mota, Science Fiction Five Yearly), Dave Hulvey, John Ingham, Richard Labonte (Hugin and Munin), Lane Lambert, Richard Lupoff (Xero, Horrib), Seth McEvoy, Loren McGregor, Jim Meadows, John Pigott, Dave Piper, Larry Propp, B. Alice Sanvito, Jeff Schalles (Rune), Rob Shaw, Rick Sneary (The Outlander, Shangri L'Affaires), Rick Stooker, Will Straw, Aljo Svoboda, Roger Waddington, and Harry Warner, Jr. (Horizons).

Issue 3 arrived 30 years later, in the Spring of 2007, from Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A., subtitled "The Ghost of Fangle". Cover art was by Ross Chamberlain, and interior art by Chamberlain, Seth McEvoy, Loren McGregor, and Dave Piper. It included an editorial and letters from John Bangsund (Australian Science Fiction Review), F.M. Busby (Cry of the Nameless), John Carl, Frank Denton (Ash-Wing), Mike Glicksohn (Xenium), Mike Gorra, Norman Hochberg, Jay Kinney (Nope!), Seth McEvoy, Loren McGregor, Jim Meadows III, Eric Mayor (E-Ditto), Joe Moudry, Dave Piper, Peter Roberts (Checkpoint), Dave Rowe, Greg Shaw (Metanoia), Will Straw, Harry Warner, Jr., and Susan Wood (Energumen, Aspidistra, Amor).

Ross Chamberlain was the winner of the 2012 Rotsler Award for achievement in graphic art in amateur publications.