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Phantasm, vol. 2, no. 4, issue 10, 1977
Independent literary journal of original poetry, fiction, artwork, articles, features, photos, commentary, reviews, interviews, and announcements.

Vol. 2, no. 4, is dedicated in memoriam to Ruby Mae Titus, editor Larry Jackson's grandmother who dies from cancer.

All artwork featured in this issue is photography.

Jackson goes on a publicity tour to promote the magazine. Max Norris writes in his Sacramento Bee book review column, "Pied Piper," (Sunday, August 28, 1977) a feature article about Larry Jackson and his magazine Phantasm. He starts with, "Publishers are the craziest people, Part II. A case in point is Larry S. Jackson, a soft spoken young man from Butte County."

Vista (January 1978), a Chico, California, alternative newspaper reprints Norris' column as a feature article illustrated with the cover by Jack Proctor of Phantasm, vol. 1, no. 4.

Book editor, Eddie Lopez, of The Fresno Bee writes about Phantasm in  his column, "Books and Art" (Sunday, August 14, 1977).

Phantasm, vol. 2, no. 4, 1977

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