Science fiction fandom | references


  1. ^ Bacon-Smith, Camille (2000). Science Fiction Culture. University of Pennsylvania Press. ISBN 0-8122-1530-3.
  2. ^ Allen Glasser, transcribed by Richard Newsome, "History of the Scienceers: The First New York City Science Fiction Club, 1929", republished in Timebinders, lists the founding members as "Warren Fitzgerald, Nathan Greenfeld, Philip Rosenblatt, Herbert Smith, Julius Unger, Louis Wentzler, and myself, Allen Glasser. With the exception of Fitzgerald, who was then about thirty, all the members were in their middle teens." Fitzgerald, an African-American, was the club's first president, "from its start in December 1929 through the spring of 1930."
  3. ^ Moskowitz, Sam; Joe Sanders (1994). "The Origins of Science Fiction Fandom: A Reconstruction". Science Fiction Fandom. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. pp. 17–36. |access-date= requires |url= (help)
  4. ^ via Google Groups
  5. ^ Bengtsson Rylander, Louise [red.] (2014). Science Fiction i Göteborg: 60 år med Club Cosmos. ISBN 978-91-87669-93-4
  6. ^ Science fiction fandom in Scandinavia
  7. ^ Alvar Appeltofft Memorial Foundation
  8. ^ "Giving It Away". Forbes. December 1, 2006.
  9. ^ Patten, Fred (2006). Furry! The World's Best Anthropomorphic Fiction. ibooks.
  10. ^ Franson, Donald. "A Key to the Terminology of Science-Fiction Fandom" National Fantasy Fan Federation, 1962
  11. ^ Jeff Prucher (2007). Brave New Words: The Oxford Dictionary of Science Fiction. Oxford University Press. p. 342.
  12. ^ Baen, Jim. "The Tucker Circle". Jim Baen's Universe. Archived from the original on 12 May 2013. Retrieved 8 January 2012.
  13. ^ "Recursive Science Fiction" New England Science Fiction Association; last updated 3 August 2008
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