Ambrosia

The 25th Anniversary Edition

June 24, 1997 was the 25th Anniversary of the publication of Ambrosia, an amateur literary magazine edited and published by Alan Gullette in 1972-73. Though only two issues appeared, they included work by some of the finest amateur and professional writers and artists in the field.

Best known of the contributors was Robert Bloch, whose essay "Poe and Lovecraft" appeared in the second issue. Many other contributors to the magazine are also notable and have gained recognition in their own right -- among them Harry O. Morris, Kenneth Faig, Richard L. Tierney, Tim Kirk, Steve Eng (as John Bredon), Walter C. DeBill, Denis Tiani and Eddy C. Bertin. (The full table of contents appears below.)

To mark the anniversary, CORELLI PRESS has issued an authorized facsimile edition combining both issues #1 and #2, with the addition of a new prefatory essay on the making of the magazine and notes on the contributors. The edition is limited to 100 copies, numbered and signed by the editor/publisher. Copies are still available for $12 the copy (postpaid within U.S. only).

Ordering Information
Please make checks or money orders for US$12.00 (postpaid) payable to:
Alan Gullette
P.O. Box 27205
Oakland, CA 94602-7205
Email: alan@alangullette.com


Ambrosia

The 25th Anniversary Edition

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