Scandinavian SF Society
During the 1970s, the membership ranged from 200 to over 600 members. It bought Swedish and foreign titles at a discount and sold them to its members, which allowed it to rent space at Pontonjargatan 45 in central Stockholm. It held meetings four evenings a week. It published a genzine SF Forum and a club newszine FANAC.
Also involved: - Fanac (Holmberg) - Fantastika - SFSF - Scandinavian SF Association - Scandinavian-sf-association - Scandinavian-sf-society - Sfsf
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