Fandbooks are special publications of the National Fantasy Fan Federation, intended to provide pointers from veteran fans to new fans. Several of the references mentioned in Fandbook 1 are:
To view a Fandbook issue that is available on-line, please click on its Title column.
Issues that have been added in the last 30 days or so will be listed in bold font.
|What is Science Fiction Fandom?||Martin Carlson||1971||17||reprinted from the 1944 original, scanned at Corflu 2019|
|Fandbook 1, A Key to the Terminology of S-F Fandom||1||Donald Franson||1962||20||scan by Joe Siclari|
|Fandbook 2, The Amateur Press Associations in S-F Fandom||2||Bob Lichtman||1962||26||scan by Joe Siclari|
|Fandbook 3, Some Historical Facts About S-F Fandom||3||Donald Franson||1962||20||scan by Joe Siclari|
|Fandbook 4, The Trans-Atlantic Fan Fund||4||Len Moffatt / Ron Ellik||1963||16||scan by Joe Siclari|
|Fandbook 5, Pseudonyms of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Authors||5||Jon D. Swartz||2010||14|
|Fandbook 6, The Hugo Awards for Best Novel||6||Jon D. Swartz||2013||16|
|Fandbook 8, Founders of the National Fantasy Fan Federation||8||Jon D. Swartz / George Phillies||2020||29|
Scan by Joe Siclari
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