1954

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February The Enchanted Duplicator published
Whitsun Supermancon (Eastercon)
June 19 OMPA formed
July First Swedish fanzine Cosmos Bulletin published
August 29 The Cult founded
Sept 4-6 (Labor Day) SFCon (Worldcon)



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1954 Open ESFA - 7th Fandom - A. Hyatt Verrill - Abstract - Alan Brennert - Archive - Astrid Bear - Beacon Books - Bronc! - Bruce Sterling - Bruce Townley - Buffalo in 1955 - Carol Kabakjian - Cleveland in '54 - Craig Miller - David Newman - Destiny - Dick Clarkson - Dynamic Science Fiction - Elayne Pelz - Elessar Tetramariner - Ellen Klages - Emma Bull - FANDemOnium - Frank Johnson - Freff - Gambit - Geri Sullivan - Imaginative Tales - J. Michael Straczynski - Jack Speer — Elder God - Jacob Edwards - James Van Pelt - Joel Rosenberg - John Purcell - Jon Scieszka - Lawrence Watt Evans - Lord of the Rings - Maya Bohnhoff - Melanie Rawn - Metrocon - Metrocon I - Midwestcon 5 - Midwestcon Incident - Mission of Gravity - Morris M. Keesan - NAPAcon - New Frontiers - Nick Pollotta - OMPA - Oklacon II - Orbit Science Fiction - P. N. Elrod - Paul Di Filippo - Richard Paul Russo - Robert M. Price - Rotation plan - SFCon - Sam Moskowitz' SFCon Reminiscence - Sally Kobee - San Francisco in '54 - Sarah Prince - Science Fiction Advertiser - Science Fiction Digest - Science Stories - Scottishe - Shawna McCarthy - Sheep Dip Award - Stardusters - Starlight - Stu Shiffman - Tamora Pierce - The Cult - The Handbook of Science Fiction and Fantasy - The Lord of the Rings - The No Holds Barred Guide - Victor Milán - Wendy Froud - X-Con - `A Bas

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