In initial response to FWA there was, briefly, a fwuk (Fan Writers of the United Kingdom). The late Arthur Thomson (ATom) came up with the name, which was used more because British fans liked the sound of it than because they felt they needed an imperialistic organization of their own. Or even an imperialistic organisation of their own.
Also involved: - Fwuk - Nigel Rowe
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