Tangent

(1) A Fanzine by Dave Truesdale

Tangent is a fanzine published by Dave Truesdale. Truesdale originally published his sercon fanzine, featuring reviews and author interviews, on paper from 1975 to 1977.

In 1993, Truesdale recreated it as a reviewzine with the aim of reviewing every piece of original short fiction in genre magazines, original collections, and single-author collections. He moved Tangent to the web in 1997.

Tangent received nominations for the 1999 Best Fanzine Hugo, the 1997 Best Fanzine Hugo, the 1998 Best Fanzine Hugo, and the 2002 Best Web Site Hugo. It also received a World Fantasy Award nomination.

Its website: http://www.tangentonline.com


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(2) A Fapazine by Lee Hoffman

Tangent was also a fanzine published by Lee Hoffman for FAPA in the early 1950's. Issue #2 (FAPA #59) was dated "Sprilig" (Spring) 1952.

(3) An Apazine by Paul C. Crawford

A apazine published by Paul C. Crawford for MAPA.

Issue Date Pages Notes
1 May 1966
6 Winter 1977
7-8 Summer 1977

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(4) A Clubzine for BSFA

A clubzine published for the BSFA in two series. Numbering restarted at 1 for the second series.

Issue Date Pages Notes
1 January 1965 26 ed by Rog Peyton
2 September 1965 40 ed by Chris Priest; Final issue of first series
1 February 1977 28 Second series; All issues edited by Ian Garbutt
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3
4 April 1978 38
5 August 1978 44 Final issue

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