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The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “playing Bop records and drinking…”

Fans have been arguing over fans since the beginning.

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: Dean A. Grennell, the “Crottled Greeps” man.

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...

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “Bheer Tower to the Moon” July 10...

If Poul Anderson can invent a bheer powered spaceship, SF fans can certainly build a bheer can tower to the Moon!

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “…the well-known science fictionist, Adolf Hitler.”

A humorous tour through the evolution of some fanspeak, from the Voice of the Imagi*Nation

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “Mr. Ackerman’s fervent and ebullient denunciation of...

The Clubhouse reintroduces an historical fan feud: which 'zine was the first fanzine?

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “…not sure if he hates it or...

Fanzines reviewed: CYBERCOZEN (V.27#5-Special), RODNEY’S FANAC (#5), and SPACESHIP (#20). (Please note: Zine reviews are normally prepared a week or more in advance of publication...

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “fanzine fandom not entirely escapist”

Two fanzines this month, including a "gamergate" zine

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “to serve mankind”

Was Aldous Huxley a crank? Does quantum computing tap into parallel universes? Can two fans with wildly different philosophies sustain a conversation for 30+ years? Read fanzines and fine out!

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “exaggerate as much as Hunter S. Thompson”

The Worldcon approaches. Time for some fanac!

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “old pulp style thrown out the window”

Journey Planet examines science fiction's Greatest Year and Vibrator...vibrates.

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “Fanzines have never been so accessible”

A "paper only zine" and a literal rocket blast from the past!

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “a zest bordering on delirium”

The Club House rounds up Spock - inspired zines offering up a unique tribute to one of our favorite characters,

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “The RAF is very silly.”

Fandom in Britian carried on during the war years, despite the best efforts of PAPER CONTROL.

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
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