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A fanzine published by Jeff Smith in the 70s. It began in 1970 as Phantasmicon, but soon after the name was changed to Khatru and restarted the numbering.

The "Khatru Symposium of Women in Science Fiction" started in 1975. It was conducted by mail and was published in a double issue (#s 3 & 4) . Participants were Suzy McKee Charnas, Samuel R. Delany, Virginia Kidd, Ursula K. Le Guin, Vonda N. McIntyre, Raylyn Moore, Joanna Russ, James Tiptree, Jr., Luise White, Kate Wilhelm, and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, and Jeff Smith, the editor.

Issue Date Pages Notes
1 February 1975 62 Jeff Frane was co-editor
2 May 1975 64
3-4 November 1975 161
5 April 1976 64
6 April 1977 78
7 March 1978 64 Jeff Frane was co-editor ; final issue

Khatru online at

Publication 19751978
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