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AMRA II #60 Swords and Sorcery Fanzine

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AMRA II #60 Swords and Sorcery Fanzine

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Warehouse find, 1973. Recommended. By John Brunner. Art by Roy G. Krenkel, Tim Powers, Tim Kirk, and Ray Capella.

AMRA was a Science Fiction and Fantasy fanzine devoted to the Swords and Sorcery genre, published by George H. Scithers, publisher of Cities and Scenes of the Ancient World by Roy Krenkel. AMRA won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine in the years 1964 and 1968. Contents in this issue include lots of art by Roy G. Krenkel, plus Tim Powers, Tim Kirk, Ray Capella, and stories by John Brunner, F.C. Adams, Lee Burwasser, Valdis A. Agustkalns, John Myers Myers, George Barr, Robert Grant, W. Paul Ganley, Lin Carter, L. Sprague de Camp and others.


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AMRA was a Science Fiction and Fantasy fanzine devoted to the Swords and Sorcery genre, published by George H. Scithers, publisher of Cities and Scenes of the Ancient World by Roy Krenkel. AMRA won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine in the years 1964 and 1968. Contents in this issue include lots of art by Roy G. Krenkel, plus Tim Powers, Tim Kirk, Ray Capella, and stories by John Brunner, F.C. Adams, Lee Burwasser, Valdis A. Agustkalns, John Myers Myers, George Barr, Robert Grant, W. Paul Ganley, Lin Carter, L. Sprague de Camp and others.

The term "Swords and Sorcery" first appeared in the pages of the zine, leading to the name for the genre exemplified by writers such as Robert E. Howard.

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Item Code AMRA60
Publisher Owlswick Press
Publish Date 1973
Binding Comic
Dimensions 7x10
# Pages 24pg
Color Duotone
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