Small press

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In the early years of sf, small presses like Gnome Press and FPCI and others were essentially the only sources of hardcovers for the field. As sf became more popular and mainstream publishers began to publish sf, the role of small presses diminished, but they continue to be a source of interesting material, keeping in print works which are no longer commercial, bringing into print new non-commercial works and in general enriching the field.

Small presses remain almost the only source of books about fandom.


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