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THEN: Science Fiction Fandom in the UK: 1930-1980 By Rob Hansen
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FIRST BOOK PUBLICATION (trade paperback). Rob Hansen is acknowledged in Brian Aldiss's autobiography, The Twinkling of an Eye, as "the historian of fanzines". This is Rob's ground-breaking... More > history of British science fiction fandom since its first stirrings in the early 1930s. Originally published in four fanzine-format volumes from 1988 to 1993, THEN is now greatly revised, corrected and expanded by more than 20% for this first book edition, with detailed source notes, more than 300 photographs of featured fans and professionals, dozens of representative fanzine covers and a full index plus separate photo index. There is an appreciative introduction by Peter Weston, who writes: "without Rob we would know almost nothing about British fanhistory, whereas thanks to him we know just about everything ... It's a truly amazing thing, and something of a minor miracle that it ever came to be written."< Less
THEN: Science Fiction Fandom in the UK: 1930-1980 By Rob Hansen
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FIRST BOOK PUBLICATION (hardback: pictorial boards without dustjacket). Rob Hansen is acknowledged in Brian Aldiss's autobiography, The Twinkling of an Eye, as "the historian of fanzines".... More > This is Rob's ground-breaking history of British science fiction fandom since its first stirrings in the early 1930s. Originally published in four fanzine-format volumes from 1988 to 1993, THEN is now greatly revised, corrected and expanded by more than 20% for this first book edition, with detailed source notes, more than 300 photographs of featured fans and professionals, dozens of representative fanzine covers and a full index plus separate photo index. There is an appreciative introduction by Peter Weston, who writes: "without Rob we would know almost nothing about British fanhistory, whereas thanks to him we know just about everything ... It's a truly amazing thing, and something of a minor miracle that it ever came to be written."< Less
SWILL 2013 By Neil Jamieson-Williams
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SWILL first in 1981 as an antifan fanzine that was a boot-to-the-head at science fiction fandom. SWILL returned as a fanzine in 2011. This volume contains issues #18 through #22 -- all of the 2013... More > issues of SWILL. SWILL: Tolchocking fandom since 1981.< Less
SWILL 2012 By Neil Jamieson-Williams
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SWILL first appeared thirty-odd years ago as an antifan fanzine that was a boot-to-the-head at science fiction fandom. SWILL returned as a fanzine in 2011 and garnered both the Elron Award and the... More > Faned Award for that year; the Elron for Worst Fanzine and the Faned for Best Fanzine. This volume contains issues #13 through #17 -- all of the 2012 issues of SWILL. SWILL: Tolchocking fandom since 1981.< Less
Now & Then Revisited By Philip Turner
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Facsimile editions of the nine 1950s SF fanzines published by Harry Turner and Eric Needham under the title "Now & Then", plus their contemporary "The Grin".
Remembering Vonda By Jeanne Gomoll
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Award-winning SFF author Vonda N. McIntyre died April 1, 2019. The world lost a force of nature, a brilliant, kind, generous, fiercely talented artist. Friends, colleagues, admirers, fans all pay... More > tribute to a radiant life here. McIntyre’s oeuvre includes Dreamsnake (Hugo & Nebula award winner, ’78), The Moon and the Sun (Nebula ’98; & movie, awaiting release); plus stories, novelizations & tie-ins, including Star Trek novel, The Entropy Effect. She founded the Clarion West workshop and was a “fairy godmother” to 100s of students; a quiet, tireless feminist, Kentucky-born McIntyre moved to Seattle & became a life-long resident, as well as a prolific creator of crochet topoplogy; McIntyre also collaborated with Ursula K. Le Guin, and was a founding member of the Book View Cafe, an author-owned publishing cooperative. McIntyre both shaped and nurtured the SF/F community; as her friend Jane Hawkins has said “we shall not see her like again.” All proceeds will benefit Clarion West Writers Workshop.< Less
The Temporal Logbook By Michael Baxter et al.
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Twelve Doctors. Twelve windows onto the universe. And the Doctor's life is the history of the universe. The Temporal Logbook is the telling of that history. From the myths of Ancient Greece to the... More > depths of unknown space, from the life of Lewis Carroll to the horrors of the Black Death, The Temporal Logbook recounts some of the Doctor's most enthralling journeys during his first eleven incarnations, as told by a selection of Doctor Who fandom's best writers. The Temporal Logbook features stories from Michael Baxter, J.E. Remy, Benjamin Pocock, Craig Charlesworth, Hannah Parry, Ian Larkin, Sarah Parry, Nick Mellish, Hamish Crawford, Paul Silvester, Michael Itig and Meg MacDonald. Edited by Robert Mammone, Jez Strickley & Bob Furnell. Cover designed by John Gordon. All proceeds from this publication will be donated in support of the Positive Living Society of British Columbia which is dedicated to empowering persons living with HIV/AIDS through mutual support and collective action.< Less
Swill 2011 By Neil Jamieson-Williams
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SWILL was a shock and awe boot to the head at science fiction fandom. Vicious, angry, intentionally offensive, silly, irreverent, and obnoxious; brimming with the malicious delight of a shock-jock... More > gadfly screaming with feigned anger – all sound and fury – in an effort to rattle the comfortable status quo of the Toronto SF fan establishment while creating the construct of some sort of SF fan rebel or outlaw. At least that is how the "trufen" within the Toronto SF fan community viewed SWILL -- they hated it. SWILL ran for 7 issues in 1981 and was revived in 2001 as a website on Tripod (the SWILL Online site still exists). In 2011 there was a 30th anniversary revival – SWILL @ 30. This volume contains issues #8 through #12 of SWILL – the SWILL @ 30 issues. PN3433.5.J36 2012 809.3'8762 C2012-901693-4< Less
FAÉERIA By L.V. Cervera Merino
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Faéeria constitue un florilège des différentes nouvelles que j'ai publié dans plusieurs zines et prozines du fandom sf francophone, blogs (un, en fait) et maintes... More > anthologies à l'émulation contagieuse. L'échantillonnage en est fort varié et va du rose bonbon au pourpre mordoré, avec de fugitifs éclats d'ambre et d'onyx par-ci par-là, comme vous ne manquerez pas de vous en apercevoir, j'en suis certain. J'espère que mes petits contes d'outre-temps et d'espace parviendront à vous distraire. Sachez que pour ma part j'ai retiré grand-plaisir à les rédiger et les peaufiner, je souhaite qu'il en soit de même pour vous. Bienvenue dans mon royaume !< Less

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