A profile of the French SF author and fan, Roland C. Wagner, who got his start reading Flash Gordon in translation.
I went to all the early ConFusions. The name change came about, I'm told, because Ro (who informs me her name was then still...
Says editor Jean Martin: Science Fiction/San Francisco is a monthly news zine covering all areas of fandom in the San Francisco Bay Area and...
Trufandom is all about following your bliss
These are the winners of the 1944 Retrospective Hugo Awards
Only Ansible this week, but that's a pretty good "only"
These offputting objects killed the novel. Let's dance. 'Cos it's more fun reading in freefall.
Want to be a fan? A REAL fan? A TRUfan? There is only one true way. Learn how to follow the path to righteous fannishness - or be doomed to fakefandom - FOREVER!
Multiple,. Multiple, Multiple and varying takes on the Hugo Awards "disaster" of 2020
Boskone panelist mini-interviews
Science fiction is a literature of ideas. It is also a literature that tries to show us the future, although it is not often...
Ed Wood: No one would know who he was if were making films today.
The SFWA qualifying small press Zombies Need Brains launches a Kickstarter. If you have any of your own (brains, that is) you'll want to support this effort.
Title says it all. If you want to be a fan, here's how.
Uncanny #20, Worldcon 76, KGB Readings, SF in Hungary and more
The founding of a Chinese fan organization - Apple Core. The essential idea is to get science fiction and fantasy fans together, providing them the opportunities to learn new things and have fun.
Tentacle Pulp #13 released, round table A Tribute to Spanish Author Domingo Santos, and Guiris" by Félix Díaz
There are few things genuinely more enjoyable than conventions. It's sprawling enjoyment catered to all your tastes and more if you're attending the right...
Announcing the impending release of Ulthar issue 14 and Blaster magazine announces the Arrakis Space Opera contest
The UNOFFICIAL SPIV Novels list.
The comic Lost in Space: The Lost Adventures takes fandom back in time to one of those charming television shows we grew up with.
Scroll, scroll, scroll your pixels, gently down the screen, fannishly, fannishly fannishly, fannishly, this is where we've been.
Michael Swanswick becomes the first US author to win the Russian Aelita Award; new issues of Uncanny and Journey Planet. And, as always, the irrepressible Pixel Scroll, now in MORE flavors!
Bob Madle turns 100; Colorado Book awards, Eisners, World Fantasy Con now virtual, much, much more
Este post tenía que ser originalmente un recuento de todo lo ocurrido en el Swecon de este año, llamado Fantastika 2013
The clothes make the fan. Is extreme fashion a form of fandom? I say yes, but hesitate to approve of it.
Great reads this week!
Hard work and developments at the University of Neuvo Leon signal a resurgence of Mexican science fiction.
Yes, Amazing is running another Kickstarter
A very fine crop indeed! NOW with links to FANAC!