Fanzines have been the traditional means for S-F fans to communicate. "All knowledge is contained in fanzines" is a popular adage.
We will try to provide a large selection of the most popular and most important fanzines of the past. Many of the best know professionals in the field started in fanzines. People like Ray Bradbury, Harlan Ellison, Robert Silverberg and Lois McMaster Bujold started as fans.
Initially, we will put these fanzines on the web as graphic files. Eventually we hope to provide some of the material as text files which will load faster and be searchable.
All of this work is done by volunteers. This is a great place for you to help. If you would be willing to convert some of the material to text, even an article or two, it would greatly speed up the process. If you are interested, send email to me below.
-- Joe Siclari
Fan History Project Coordinator
When an item in the following table is a Fanzine, the link points to another table that details the Fanzine's history. To view the issue, please click on its title.
Entries marked with a in this table have one or more issues on-line.ALT="[RB]"> in this table are links to other sites.
To sort the index just click on a column header (Default: Fanzine).
|Baryon Magazine||Barry R. Hunter||1975-Present||Fanzine|
|eFNAC||John Foyster||2000||E-Zine (PDF fornat)|
|Emerald City||Cheryl Morgan||1995-Present||Fanzine|
|ERBzine||Bill & Sue-On Hillman||1996-Present||Fanzine|
|Fully Caffeinated||Lucy Huntzinger||Fanzine|
|Grilled Pterodactyl||David Grigg||Fanzine|
|Planetary Stories||Shelby Vick||2005||E-Zine|
|Stratus SF SIG News||Laurie D. T. Mann||May 1988 Feb 1993||Newsletter||0|
|WOSSNAME||Joe Schaumburger (1930-2011)
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