File 770

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File 770 is a long running general newszine published by Mike Glyer since January 6, 1978. It reports on fan clubs, conventions, fannish projects, fans, pros, media, fanzines and sf awards, and publishes obituaries and controversial articles. It currently exists as a weblog.

It was named for the legendary party held in Room 770 at the 9th Worldcon, Nolacon, held in in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1951. The party ran continuously for two days and upstaged all the other events to the extent that it is the only event widely remembered.

File 770 has won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine six times and has been nominated more than twenty five times.

Issue Date Pages Notes
1 January 1978
2 February 1978
20 24
October 1980 12
23 November 1980 12
33 June 1982 22
35 August 1982 22
54 August 1985 22
55 1985
57 June 1986 22
58 April 1986 18
59 June 1986 32
60 August 1986 24
61 September 1986 22
62 October 1986 38
63 January 1987 24
64 February 1987 16
65 March 1987 28
66 April 1987 22
67 1987 22
69 September 1987 12
69 September 1987 12
70 September 1987 20
71 December 1987 22
72 February 1988 18
73 June 1988 40
74 1988 12
75 June 1988 18
76 September 1988 12
77 1988 22
78 1989 20
79 1989 22
80 June 1989 22
81 August 1989 22
82 October 1989 22
83 November 1989 22
84 January 1990 22
86 May 1990 20
87 September 1990 22
88 March 1991 22
89 September 1991 22
90 September 1991 22
91 December 1991 22
92 February 1992 22
93 July 1992 22
94 September 1992 22
95 November 1992 22
96 January 1993 20
97 1993 22
98 1993 20
99 1993 22
100 1993 30
101 1994 22
102 April 1994 22
103 May 1994 22
104 July 1994 22
105 August 1994 22
106 October 1994 22
107 January 1995 32
108 April 1995 22
109 June 1995 22
110 August 1995 22
111 December 1995 22
112 April 1996 22
113 April 1996 12
115 December 1996 22
118 July 1997 20
124 May 1998 22
130 May 1999 20
131 June 1999 26
133 December 1999 32 j
139 August 2001 34
141 March 2002 42
144 February 2005 40
145 October 2005 50
146 December 2005 28
147 May 2006 44
148 December 2005 32
153 June 2008 42



Publication Website(IA) Search: Fanac, Fan, Pro, SFE, Wikipedia, Reasonator 1978

Also involved: - AggieCon IX - Boskone 19 - Carl Slaughter - Dian Crayne - Mark Blackman - Mike Sinclair - Morris M. Keesan

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