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1 AMRA, (ed George Scithers)Amra: Swordplay & Sorcery no 47. 19948
Terminus, Owlswick: Philadelphia, PA. 1968.
First edition.
Fanzine.
Issue no. 47 (vol 2 no. 47). Long running Robert E. Howard inspired (the title comes from the name Conan called himself when he was a pirate) fantasy/heroic fantasy fanzine/magazine. Octavo, single issue, offset from typewritten copy, pictorial self wrappers, stapled. Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 812-13.

''edited by George H. Scithers. Published by the Terminus, Owlswick, & Ft. Mudge Electrick Street Railway: Philadelphia, PA., 71 issues were published comprising volume two of this important amateur magazine. AMRA was founded by George Heap in 1956 as the mimeographed newsletter of the Hyborean Legion. Early focus was on Robert E. Howard's Conan stories, but scope was later expanded to anything connected with sword and sorcery fiction. Contributors include L. Sprague De Camp, Fritz Leiber, James Cawthorn, Poul Anderson, P. Schuyler Miller, Donald Sydney Fryer, Anthony Boucher, John Brunner, Lin Carter, and others. Artwork by George Barr, Roy Krenkel, Gray Morrow, Tim Kirk, and others. Winner of two Hugo awards for best fanzine, 1963 (1964), 1967 (1968). ''By far the most literate and attractive S&S fanzine, it is the source of several anthologies of essays.'' - Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 812-13''.


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2 AMRA, (ed George Scithers)Amra: Swordplay & Sorcery no 52. 19953
Terminus, Owlswick: Philadelphia, PA. 1970.
First edition.
Fanzine/magazine.
Issue no. 52 (vol 2 no. 52). Long running Robert E. Howard inspired (the title comes from the name Conan called himself when he was a pirate) fantasy/heroic fantasy fanzine/magazine. Octavo, single issue, offset from typewritten copy, pictorial self wrappers, stapled. Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 812-13.

''edited by George H. Scithers. Published by the Terminus, Owlswick, & Ft. Mudge Electrick Street Railway: Philadelphia, PA., 71 issues were published comprising volume two of this important amateur magazine. AMRA was founded by George Heap in 1956 as the mimeographed newsletter of the Hyborean Legion. Early focus was on Robert E. Howard's Conan stories, but scope was later expanded to anything connected with sword and sorcery fiction. Contributors include L. Sprague De Camp, Fritz Leiber, James Cawthorn, Poul Anderson, P. Schuyler Miller, Donald Sydney Fryer, Anthony Boucher, John Brunner, Lin Carter, and others. Artwork by George Barr, Roy Krenkel, Gray Morrow, Tim Kirk, and others. Winner of two Hugo awards for best fanzine, 1963 (1964), 1967 (1968). ''By far the most literate and attractive S&S fanzine, it is the source of several anthologies of essays.'' - Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 812-13''.


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3 AMRA, (ed George Scithers)Amra: Swordplay & Sorcery no 63.. 19964
Terminus, Owlswick: Philadelphia, PA. 1975 (April).
First edition.
Fanzine.
Issue no. 63 (vol 2 no. 63). Long running Robert E. Howard inspired (the title comes from the name Conan called himself when he was a pirate) fantasy/heroic fantasy fanzine/magazine. Octavo, single issue, offset from typewritten copy, pictorial self wrappers, stapled. Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 812-13.

''edited by George H. Scithers. Published by the Terminus, Owlswick, & Ft. Mudge Electrick Street Railway: Philadelphia, PA., 71 issues were published comprising volume two of this important amateur magazine. AMRA was founded by George Heap in 1956 as the mimeographed newsletter of the Hyborean Legion. Early focus was on Robert E. Howard's Conan stories, but scope was later expanded to anything connected with sword and sorcery fiction. Contributors include L. Sprague De Camp, Fritz Leiber, James Cawthorn, Poul Anderson, P. Schuyler Miller, Donald Sydney Fryer, Anthony Boucher, John Brunner, Lin Carter, and others. Artwork by George Barr, Roy Krenkel, Gray Morrow, Tim Kirk, and others. Winner of two Hugo awards for best fanzine, 1963 (1964), 1967 (1968). ''By far the most literate and attractive S&S fanzine, it is the source of several anthologies of essays.'' - Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 812-13''.


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4 AMRA, (ed George Scithers)Amra: Swordplay & Sorcery no 64. 19965
Terminus, Owlswick: Philadelphia, PA. 1975 (October).
First edition.
Fanzine.
Issue no. 64 (vol 2 no. 64). Long running Robert E. Howard inspired (the title comes from the name Conan called himself when he was a pirate) fantasy/heroic fantasy fanzine/magazine. Octavo, single issue, offset from typewritten copy, pictorial self wrappers, stapled. Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 812-13.

''edited by George H. Scithers. Published by the Terminus, Owlswick, & Ft. Mudge Electrick Street Railway: Philadelphia, PA., 71 issues were published comprising volume two of this important amateur magazine. AMRA was founded by George Heap in 1956 as the mimeographed newsletter of the Hyborean Legion. Early focus was on Robert E. Howard's Conan stories, but scope was later expanded to anything connected with sword and sorcery fiction. Contributors include L. Sprague De Camp, Fritz Leiber, James Cawthorn, Poul Anderson, P. Schuyler Miller, Donald Sydney Fryer, Anthony Boucher, John Brunner, Lin Carter, and others. Artwork by George Barr, Roy Krenkel, Gray Morrow, Tim Kirk, and others. Winner of two Hugo awards for best fanzine, 1963 (1964), 1967 (1968). ''By far the most literate and attractive S&S fanzine, it is the source of several anthologies of essays.'' - Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 812-13''.


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5 AMRA, (ed George Scithers)Amra: Swordplay & Sorcery no. 55. 19956
Terminus, Owlswick: Philadelphia, PA. 1971.
First edition.
Fanzine.
Issue no. 55 (vol 2 no. 55). Long running Robert E. Howard inspired (the title comes from the name Conan called himself when he was a pirate) fantasy/heroic fantasy fanzine/magazine. Octavo, single issue, offset from typewritten copy, pictorial self wrappers, stapled. Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 812-13.

''edited by George H. Scithers. Published by the Terminus, Owlswick, & Ft. Mudge Electrick Street Railway: Philadelphia, PA., 71 issues were published comprising volume two of this important amateur magazine. AMRA was founded by George Heap in 1956 as the mimeographed newsletter of the Hyborean Legion. Early focus was on Robert E. Howard's Conan stories, but scope was later expanded to anything connected with sword and sorcery fiction. Contributors include L. Sprague De Camp, Fritz Leiber, James Cawthorn, Poul Anderson, P. Schuyler Miller, Donald Sydney Fryer, Anthony Boucher, John Brunner, Lin Carter, and others. Artwork by George Barr, Roy Krenkel, Gray Morrow, Tim Kirk, and others. Winner of two Hugo awards for best fanzine, 1963 (1964), 1967 (1968). ''By far the most literate and attractive S&S fanzine, it is the source of several anthologies of essays.'' - Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 812-13''.


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6 AMRA, (ed George Scithers)Amra: Swordplay & Sorcery no. 65. 19966
Terminus, Owlswick: Philadelphia, PA. 1976 (early April).
First edition.
Fanzine.
Issue no. 65 (vol 2 no. 65). Long running Robert E. Howard inspired (the title comes from the name Conan called himself when he was a pirate) fantasy/heroic fantasy fanzine/magazine. Octavo, single issue, offset from typewritten copy, pictorial self wrappers, stapled. Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 812-13.

''edited by George H. Scithers. Published by the Terminus, Owlswick, & Ft. Mudge Electrick Street Railway: Philadelphia, PA., 71 issues were published comprising volume two of this important amateur magazine. AMRA was founded by George Heap in 1956 as the mimeographed newsletter of the Hyborean Legion. Early focus was on Robert E. Howard's Conan stories, but scope was later expanded to anything connected with sword and sorcery fiction. Contributors include L. Sprague De Camp, Fritz Leiber, James Cawthorn, Poul Anderson, P. Schuyler Miller, Donald Sydney Fryer, Anthony Boucher, John Brunner, Lin Carter, and others. Artwork by George Barr, Roy Krenkel, Gray Morrow, Tim Kirk, and others. Winner of two Hugo awards for best fanzine, 1963 (1964), 1967 (1968). ''By far the most literate and attractive S&S fanzine, it is the source of several anthologies of essays.'' - Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 812-13''.


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7 AMRA, (ed George Scithers)Amra: Swordplay & Sorcery no. 68. 19969
Terminus, Owlswick: Philadelphia, PA. 1978.
First edition.
Fanzine.
Issue no. 68 (vol 2 no. 68). Long running Robert E. Howard inspired (the title comes from the name Conan called himself when he was a pirate) fantasy/heroic fantasy fanzine/magazine. Octavo, single issue, offset from typewritten copy, pictorial self wrappers, stapled. Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 812-13.

''edited by George H. Scithers. Published by the Terminus, Owlswick, & Ft. Mudge Electrick Street Railway: Philadelphia, PA., 71 issues were published comprising volume two of this important amateur magazine. AMRA was founded by George Heap in 1956 as the mimeographed newsletter of the Hyborean Legion. Early focus was on Robert E. Howard's Conan stories, but scope was later expanded to anything connected with sword and sorcery fiction. Contributors include L. Sprague De Camp, Fritz Leiber, James Cawthorn, Poul Anderson, P. Schuyler Miller, Donald Sydney Fryer, Anthony Boucher, John Brunner, Lin Carter, and others. Artwork by George Barr, Roy Krenkel, Gray Morrow, Tim Kirk, and others. Winner of two Hugo awards for best fanzine, 1963 (1964), 1967 (1968). ''By far the most literate and attractive S&S fanzine, it is the source of several anthologies of essays.'' - Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 812-13''.


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