Ship of Fools first appeared in 1982. It was a cooperative venture at first, but Nancy Raymer, a student, and I did nearly all the work, and so Nancy took the title of editor. The magazine ran through eighteen issues at which point she graduated, and we were all burned out. It was a rather messy little underground magazine, though it grew larger and a little more professional as we went. After a hiatus of several years another student, Patt McGlothlin became interested and put out...
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