- n. Plural form of fanzine.
“(Though, technically, according to the SFS (Science Fiction Society) constitution, the "fan art" category covers stuff that appears in fanzines AND semi-prozines, where a lot of my stuff appears.)”
“When I finally found sf fandom, both in fanzines, and shortly thereafter, in local fans and groups, around age 11-12, involvement in those activities that my obsession, and in particular I became a world-class expert in the obscure topic of the history of science fiction fandom, and related topics.”
“Partially because he was nominated not for writings which appeared in fanzines, but rather for his writings in his blog.”
“Fan artists are folks like me whose work appears in fanzines (for which they are paid nothing) or in semi-professional magazines (semi-prozines) (for which they are paid next to nothing).”
“What was once a controversy that consumed several rounds of letters back and forth in fanzines and magazines, lasting months or even years, has been reduced in the era of the internet to a matter of hours.”
“Even in fanzines that's been true -- William Atheling Jr's columns, for an early example -- if not universal.”
“All of this material is either beyond obscure, appearing in fanzines and other rarities through the ages, or previously unpublished.”
“There were "fanzines" - Teen Beat, Sixteen Magazine.”
“It simply meant "stories written by fans for fans, amateur fiction published in fanzines.”
“(Or whether "fan writing" really applies only to stuff that appears in fanzines.) (And NO, I am NOT plugging himself for a Hugo in this category.)”
‘fanzines’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for fanzines.