It’s the end of another year. Where do we want to be by this time next year? Have we learned anything? Have we become better people? Steve tries to make some serious points about being a fan.
MIchael explains how marketing your book is like a Presidential hopeful going to the down dump to drum up support.
Your Time Is Running Out!
Steve celebrates his first year of blogging for Amazing Stories online.
Commentary on Beverly Bambury’s The Cheapskate’s Guide to SF/F cons
The Joy of Pansfnalistic Theocrasy and Burroughs covers!
Was the event cancelled because of problems with the hotel, or because Chi-Fi wasn’t going to meet its contractual obligations with the hotel?
K. Ceres Wright highlights the recent announcement by the Chi-Fi convention that they are rescheduling their convention because the venue might not be welcoming to fans.
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.
This essay on Letters of Comment is definitely not a WAHF
Fans, publishers, art directors, and collectors expected Worldcon art shows to display the best-of-the-best art being created in the field, and top artists looked forward to meeting their expections. NO MORE.
Weeaboos? Weeaboos? If you don’t know what a weeaboo is, you probably aren’t one. If you’d rather be quite sure, visit this link and play weeaboo bingo with yourself! The checklist to the right is courtesy of knowyourmeme.com. We’re back in cultural appropriation territory here: as it relates to Japan, cultural appropriation is what happens […]
At Long Last…Centuries in the Making!….Like Nothing Ever Seen Before!…..For the First Time Ever!….Is This the Beginning of the End?…or is it just THE END OF THE BEGINNING!?! Da Da DAAAAAAAAAAA! Almost from our opening day, people have been asking us for some way to demonstrate their affiliation with Amazing Stories on their own websites […]