Simulacrum was a fanzine by Victoria Vayne. It was published in Ontario, Canada. Eight issues were released, counting the "Vati-Con III Program Book", which was retroactively viewed as "whole number 1". The first issue actually named "Simulacrum" appeared in June 1975, featuring a front cover by Taral Wayne, and a back cover by Bill Rotsler.
The fanzine was noted for its extraordinarily good multi-colored mimeo.
|1||January 1975||44||"Vati-Con III Program Book". Later in the run, this one-shot was re-interpreted as Simulacrum, whole #1|
|2.1||August 1976||34||Actually number 2B|
|3||October 1976||84||Whole number 6|
|8||December 1978||54||Final issue|
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