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The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “No interest in Science Fiction at all.”

Fanzines reviewed: ANSIBLE (#331), IT GOES ON THE SHELF (#36), and PROBE (#162). (Please note: Zine reviews are prepared a week or more in advance...

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “One Artist Refused…”

Ooo, The Enchanted Duplicator...plus some other, more contemporary 'zines

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “Writing A Frankly Shoddy LOC”

Fanzines reviewed: BEAM (#8), INCA (#11), VIBRATOR (2.0.11) and WARHOON (#28). (Please note: Zine reviews are prepared a week or more in advance of publication...

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: Some form of lunacy

Perzine, Genzine, Sercon, Faned and twisted archaeology. Fanzines reviewed.

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: Born to Feud.

An Israeli 'zine, a fine collection of other zines reviewed and - a new title banner!

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: Why SF Fandom Matters

Ray Bradbury: SF Fan & Fan Ed; Italian fandom & more.

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “Is this a good thing? It is...

Do R. Graeme Cameron's fanzines reviews live up to the standard? We'll let MIke Glyer decide....

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: Hen’s Teeth Prevent Extinction (of fanzines).

"It's fanzine'in time!" as one famous Thing once said. (Another famous Thing just kinda said "urr urrr" and then exploded. Or maybe it assimilated a fanzine and now looks EXACTLY like it!)

The Clubhouse: Fanzine Reviews: Into the Abyss.

R. Graeme Cameron enters the fray with multiple fanzine reviews for this long-running Amazing Stories feature.

The Club House 12/26/14: Why Talk About Fanzines?

The Club House returns!

Unknown Burroughs, or: Never Mind John Carter of Mars, What About...

A handful of novels by ER Burroughs have not received the same attention as some other works

Rand Holmes, The Penultimate Science Fiction illustrator Says I

Wally Wood may be the greatest SF artist of all time, but Rand Holmes is the PENULTIMATE artist of all time

The 1956 Worldcon Blues, or: My Mom Wouldn’t Let Me Go...

Do you collect Worldcon Program Books? I do, which is very odd, because I’ve never been to a Worldcon.

Marvel Comics “Worlds Unknown” of Known Science Fiction, or: A Good...

What’s not to like? You got your alien monster, your alien ruins, your sophisticated space science gizmos, your overall 1950s retro look and art style. Perfect. Exactly what I want in SF comic art, or “graphic art” as they say nowadays.

On Being a Space Cadet, or: Why It is Never Too...

We're ALL Space Cadets...and now we can wear the name proudly

R. Graeme Cameron’s VCON 39 Report. NOT Steve Fahnestalk’s VCON 39...

R. Graeme Cameron's VCon conrep. NOT Steve Fahnestalk's.

Just Imagine a Classic Science Fiction Film? Or: a Classic Lack...

Just imagine there exists a 1930 film portraying the future world of 1980, a future where people no longer have names, but have numbers...

Aelita, Queen of Mars, or: Redder Than You Think

Watch the soviet era SF film that Stalin hated!

Alien Ruins Good Enough For You? Or, Why Ruins Keep Getting...

I am a sucker for Sci-Fi movies, art and literature featuring either alien ruins or ruins of a collapsed human society

The Steampunkery of H.G. Wells

H.G. Wells - steampunker

Croutch the Forgotten, or: The Imperfect Lord of 1940s Canadian Fandom.

A profile of Leslie Croutch, Canadian fan booster

The Book of VCON, or: One of Them Crazy Fannish Traditions.

"WHat's all this about!? A "convention" or something?" Yes. An entire hotel filled with the people you used to beat up and belittle in High School. They're armed with swords and 'batlefs', armored with chainmail and storm trooper garb and at some point they're all going to realize - YOU are NOT one of THEM....They will corner you in the elevator or the hall and then - demand that you read one of their favorite novels.

The Last Hurrah of Boris Karloff as the Frankenstein Monster, or:...

Boris Karloff gets his kicks on Route 66....

My Favourite Apocalypse, or: The N’Yark City of Mighty Samson

“A once-great city lies in ruins, overgrown by a dense jungle. Strange glowing mists hover ominously, remains of a great nuclear war which devastated the planet.

A Stone Age Future, or: The Perils of Buying a First...

Crossing the digital divide....

In Memory of Susan Wood, a Wonderful and Influential Fan

Susan Wood: Canadian BNF, award winning writer and one of fandom's earliest feminist pioneers. (And sorely missed by many.)

Focus on LOCUS, or: The Fannish Beginnings of an Industry Standard...

Examining a fannish institution: Charles N. Brown is gone, but Locus a newszine “covering the science fiction field,” remains the definitive industry trade magazine for the SF&F genre, an absolute must read for authors, editors, publishers, reviewers, and all fen

The Silent Era Film Version of “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the...

Think CGI is cool? Check out the technical accomplishments of the first cinematic presentation of Jules Verne's classic.

Last Flight of the Muses, or: Fates on a Rampage?

Don't search too hard for a blog post subject, you might end up writing a novel instead!