The larger universe — in fan terms, the larger (mundane) world, of which fandom is but a small part, vs. the Microcosm, which is fandom. It's also used simply as a synonym for mundania. These days, however, the Microcosm may be larger than the Macrocosm, if you count all the people yakking about sf and assorted fringe fandoms on the Internet.
|from Fancyclopedia 2 ca. 1959
|The mundane, nonfannish world. Them Out There. Distinguished from fandom, the Microcosm.
A fanzine published by Rob Holdstock with three issues. It was primarily a fiction magazine with poetry and many letters.
|This is a Stub 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.
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