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Part 2 of Fanzine review: OPUS #20 Opus (V.2 #7 Whole Number #20) January 1953 Faned: W. Max Keasler Of supreme interest (to me at least) is...
Con report via the fanzine time machine
Critiques of fandom, 1950s style
Fanzines are, after all, for reading and not for bloody looking at; and any fanzine deficient in worthwhile and well-written reading material has signally failed to achieve its primary goal
Nominations for the 2016 Aurora Awards close TOMORROW.
"Personally, as a reader, I don’t much like being obviously experimented upon."
A review and commentary on Richard E. Geis' SF Review
A vintage lecture on fanzines.
A fanzine by Miriam Carr - “one of those rare fans whose personality came across in almost every line she wrote..."
Polar Boreal is set to launch.
How to start a Canadian SF magazine without really trying....
Fanzines reviewed: SHANGRI-L’AFFAIRES “SHAGGY” #39 Shaggy (#39) Nov 1958 (Note: If the following doesn’t convince you the clubzine SHAGGY was a group effort by a staggering...
A take on Tolkein, a bit of Ellison and Hannes Bok illos!
Gregory Benford, Robert Heinlein, Philip K. Dick and more, all between the pages of one zine.
FRAP continued. (Note; imagery may not be safe for work...or Christmas.
Shock and horror! Fanzine fans throwing out (or selling) fanzines!!!?!!!
Today we reveal "The Fannish Charter of Egoboo"
See, Fred, I told you these science fiction people are all idiots.
Voting for the Prix Aurora awards closes tomorrow, October 17th
The Canadian Faned Award Winners for 2015
Announcing the creation of the Canadian Professional Ghoodminton League!
Oopsla explains why everyone thinks fans are "around the Bendix"
Take a gander at Skyhook "one of the most literate, brilliant fanzines of the 1950s.”
Take a gander at THE legendary fanzine - Hyphen
The night they drove old LASFS down, all the fans were singin....
Fans have been arguing over fans since the beginning.
Can anything written after 1953 be considered 'topical'?
Fanzines reviewed: GRUE (#29 & 28), published 1956/1958. About forty years ago Harry Warner Jr. described Grennell as “the forgotten fan.” Yet only twenty-five years...
If Poul Anderson can invent a bheer powered spaceship, SF fans can certainly build a bheer can tower to the Moon!
A humorous tour through the evolution of some fanspeak, from the Voice of the Imagi*Nation