A trip back in time: Earl takes us into his library and pulls some influential fanzines from the shelves.
Reviews of recently published fanzines and thoughts on thought police.
On the history of selecting a seminal SF library; fanzine reviews
On Snowden, whistleblowers, heroes, traitors, bad editors, bad fans and fanzine reviews.
An announcement concerning Agberg, and reviews of the latest fanzine releases
The latest roundup of recently published fanzines
In one pitch baseball, as in life, it pays to keep swinging. Advice for life and fanzine reviews in one nifty package!
It’s awards season once again and Earl Terry Kemp profiles some works that are eligible for various Hugo Award categories.
Terry Kemp reprises the famous question “Who Killed Science Fiction?”. His answer will surprise you.
Like godfather like godson: Terry Kemp emulates his mentor Rog Phillips and promotes his book – and reviews a number of fanzines along the way.
Science Fiction Clubs – many still going strong since 1935! The SF genre has the hardest working (and original) fans in the biz!
Security may be found in fanzines…it all depends upon what desk you are hiding under.
Our weekly roundup of fanzine reviews mixed with just a tad of political commentary
Put on your Propeller Beanies (and give them a good spin) and put down your Zap-Zap Ray Guns! The Word for today is BYZANTINE.
It is high time that this passing generation reach out, find the next generation, and mentor them…bring them into fandom!
According to both Sam Moskowitz and another fan historian, whom I did know, Jack Speer, the beginnings of fandom were consumed with feuds, bickering, hoaxes, all out wars, and lots of other fun stuff.
And it was fun for most of those that participated.
Of note is the upcoming Corflu, the annual convention for fanzine fans, which next year will be held in Richmond, Virginia, May 2nd to 4th 2014.
Earl Terry Kemp revives an old Amazing Stories and fannish tradition, The Club House. Fannish news from across the fan-o-sphere!