Excerpting
from Fancyclopedia 2 ca. 1959
Taking the pages containing a particular story out of a magazine (either all-stf, or an adventure mag like the old Argosy which prints an occasional fantasy), and binding them separately. Few fen are so barbarous as to tear up all-fantasy proz like this unless they have an extra copy to go into file complete. Famous serials or series may be specially bound together, a professional bookbinder sometimes being employed.
from Fancyclopedia 1 ca. 1944
Taking the pages containing a particular story out of a magazine (either all-fantasy, or an adventure mag like Argosy which prints an occasional fantasy), and binding them separately. Few fen can be so barbarous as to tear up all-fantasy magazines in this way unless they have an extra copy to go into regular file complete. Famous serials or series may be specially bound together, a professional bookbinder sometimes being employed.