(1) A Slacker

Someone who joins an apa, pays dues but does not contribute even minac and thus receives a full year’s (or cycle’s) mailings without providing input or feedback. Alternatively, someone who remains a member of an apa by paying dues and meeting only the absolute minimum activity requirements, usually badly and at the last minute. Sometimes it's implied that there's a degree of fudging/gameplaying going on as well, e.g., writing and publishing the required number of pages but in 14- or 16-point type. Or printing four lines of bad verse per page.

Contributor: Dr. Gafia

from Fancyclopedia 2 ca. 1959
Members of APAs who join, receive their mailings, and are finally expelled for lacktivity (q.v.), having never contributed anything to the APA. (SAPS eliminated this by requiring new members to have a six-page magazine in the first mailing they receive.) In recent years the term has come to mean marginal members who hang on by publishing the minimum number of pages, of not particularly interesting material, every year.

(2) A Fanzine by George Locke

A fanzine published by George Locke in the UK.

Issue Date Pages Notes
1 October 1964 30
2 February 1966 24 bound with Championships Journal; final issue

This is a fanzine page. Please extend it by adding information about when and by whom it was published, how many issues it has had, (including adding a partial or complete checklist), its contents (including perhaps a ToC listing), its size and repro method, regular columnists, its impact on fandom, or by adding scans or links to scans.