1949

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January 4 New Orleans Science-Fantasy Society holds first meeting
Easter Loncon
September 3-5 (Labor Day) Cinvention (Worldcon)
September 9-11 Midwestcon 0 held in Doc Barrett's living room
Fall The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction begins publication
November 13 The Blowup
November Predicted Issue of ASF
MITSFS founded
Eugene Science-Fantasy Society founded



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1949 Open ESFA - A. Merritt's Fantasy Magazine - Al Curry - Arthur Leo Zagat - Barclay Shaw - Camille Bacon-Smith - Chairman Sneary of B. D. Says - Cincinnati in '49 - Cinvention - Cinvention Program - Lloyd Eshbach's Cinvention Reminiscence - Consuite - Craig Shaw Gardner - Ctein - David A. Cherry - Dirk Wylie - Don Dailey - Ellen Datlow - Eugene Science-Fantasy Society - Fan-Dango Awards - Fanquet - Fred A. Levy Haskell - From Off This World - Gene Klein - Greg Shaw - Harry O. Morris - Harry Turtledove - Jack Nimersheim - James Van Hise - Jerry Weist - Jim Keith - Joe Siclari - Lillian Stewart Carl - Lois McMaster Bujold - MITSFS - Melanie Tem - Midwestcon - Midwestcon 0 - Mike Farren - Mike Wood - My Best Science Fiction Story - N. Y. Conclave - New Orleans Science-Fantasy Society - New York in '49 - Nineteen Eighty-Four - Norwescon - Odd - Other Worlds - Predicted Issue of ASF - Pyramid Books - QSFL - R. A. MacAvoy - Reed Waller - Report! - Rhodomagnetic Digest - Richard Hescox - Rick Hautala - Roger Wells - Science, Fantasy, and Science Fiction - Scientifantasy - Scott Imes - Sid Altus - Spaceship - Stephen Hickman - Steve Johnson - Susan Shwartz - The Conquest of Space - The Humanoids - The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction - Timothy Bolgeo - Tom Barber - Triton - Universal Musketeers - Universe - Vampire Society - Victoria Poyser - Westercon 2 - What Mad Universe - William Stout

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