ISFCC
from Fancyclopedia 2 ca. 1959
The International Science-Fiction Correspondence Club, organized by Richard Abbott in 1948-49. ISFCC, which was run by Ed Noble for a long time after Abbott turned it over to him, is a fairly large and active international group which avoids the difficulties that beset the N3F by restricting itself to keeping the members in contact with one another thru the OO, Explorer. Various projects have been accomplished by ISFCC members, but fanarchistically and not as official club activity. A President and Official Editor are the only functional members.

Frank Dietz was another of the founders. Other members included W. Paul Ganley.


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