Fans have been known to do strange things – including the consumption of frozen isotopes.
There is no mention of egoboo in the first Fancyclopedia, written by Jack Speer, published in 1944.
The combination of visual simplicity and effective story telling awakened my sense of wonder and exposed me to new ideas which widened my understanding of life and reality.
This is the silliest, lamest, most self-indulgent column you will ever read in Amazing Stories Magazine.
As late as twenty years ago a fanzine panel at a VCON would draw thirty to forty fen, all curious, many enthusiastic, all appreciative of any sprightly and hilarious tales to be told springing from fanac lore, tradition, and experience. But now…
I stopped participating in convention panels promoting fanzine fandom when the four panelists on the panel outnumbered the audience four-to-one…
I love the old stuff. It’s been a real pleasure reading my way through the Ace Double. Each and every story positively reeks of the sense of wonder that made SF so attractive to me in the first place.
The History of the Canadian Faned Awards
Claude Degler is to American fandom what Jack Bowie-Reid is to Canadian Fandom, a singularly powerful organizer and motivational leader, whose innovative practices continue to inspire us even now.
Frenetic Fannish Falderol from the pages of Entropy Blue. Due obeisance is paid to Ghu.
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