Fannish

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(1) Not Mundane

Pertaining to fans or fandom. The opposite of mundane. (And not the opposite of pro.)

(2) Being like a Fan

Fanlike, having the attributes of a fan ("a sensitive fannish face") or something a fan would do. See fan for much more.

(3) Not Sercon

Pertaining to fannish fandom or like a member of fannish fandom, the opposite of sercon.

(4) See also Faannish

Faanish.

(5) A Fanzine by Terry Carr

Fan was a fanzine published by Terry Carr.

Issue Date Pages Notes
III 1961-1964 28 Written and edited by Terry Carr in 1961, but published by Bruce Pelz in 1964.


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