Pulphouse Magazine

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From 1988 through 1993, Pulphouse Publishing published a quarterly magazine in hardback form edited by Kristine Kathryn Rusch.

In addition to twelve issues, each of them themed, they published an "issue 0" which was a hardcover filled with blank pages to use as a sample to show prospective buyers.

Pulphouse included stories by notable SF and fantasy authors including Charles de Lint, Michael Bishop, and Michael Swanwick. In addition, each issue included essays on a variety of subjects.

In 1989, Dean Wesley Smith and his wife Rusch won the World Fantasy Award in the Special Award: Non Professional category for their work on Pulphouse.

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