Terminal Beach Club
A club formed at SUNY Binghamton in Upstate New York in the late 60s which lasted until the mid-70s. After most of the members dispersed, APABingy was started to keep in touch. The group ran TANSTAAFLCon and had a short-lived clubzine called Son of a Beach. After the club dispersed it called itself Binghamton Fandom and held an annual invitational relaxacon called Bingycon in Binghamton until the mid-80s.
The club's name was chosen more out of desperation -- no one could think of anything else -- than out of any love of J. G. Ballard's works.
Also involved: - APA:Bingy - Mark Olson - Priscilla Olson - Terminal-beach-club
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