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The Science-Fiction Association was first national club in the U.K., founded January 1937; it lasted until 1939 and published a quarterly fanzine, Tomorrow. It was suspended on the outbreak of WW II and did not recover after the War.
See also: Anglofandom.
|From Fancyclopedia 2 ca 1959|
|The Science-Fiction Association, an organization with HQ in Great Britain which arose in 1937, held three conventions ("annual meetings") each more successful than the last, and went dormant with the outbreak of World War II. (Unlike the BFS, it could not carry on its official business without the members of the Council meeting in person.) The founders and leaders of the SFA were those whom Webster calls First Fandom; some Americans were members.|
|From Fancyclopedia 1 ca 1944|
|The Science-Fiction Association, an organization with headquarters in Great Britain, which arose in 1937, held three annual meetings or conventions each more successful than the last, and went dormant with the outbreak of the 2d World War. Unlike the BFS, it could not carry on its official business without the members of the Council meeting in person. The founders and leaders of the SFA were those whom Webster calls the First Fandom. Some Amerifans were members.|
Also involved: - Association - BFS/BFL - Bill Plott - Bob Leman - British Fantasy Society - Dale Hart - First Transition - General fan organization - Inside and Science Fiction Advertiser - LASFS - Leeds SFL - Sandy Cutrell - Science Fiction Association - Science-Fiction Association - Science-fiction-association - Scientifiction (Gillings) - Sfa - Up To Now: Later Development of Michelism - Up To Now: Michelism and the Third Convention - Up To Now: The Changing Tendency Among Fan Magazines - Up To Now: The Conventions - Up To Now: The Decline and Fall of the Era - Up To Now: The Nature of Wollheim's Dictatorship - William F. Temple
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