1971

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April 9-10 First V-Con
April 9-11 Eastercon 22
May British Fantasy Society founded
June 25 Birmingham Science Fiction Group re-founded.
July 3 KaCSFFS founded.
July 11 John W. Campbell, Jr. dies.
September 2-6 (Labor Day) Noreascon I (Worldcon)
November 26-28 First ChambanaCon
November First Novacon
DAW Books founded by Donald A. Wollheim.
Mario Bosnyak TAFF trip.
British Weird Fantasy Society formed.



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1971 Open ESFA - Allen Glasser - Alonzo Deen Cole - Alpha and Omega - Arcana - August Derleth - Balticon 5 - Beardmutterings - BoSh Fund - Boskone 8 - Boston in 71 - Bubonicon 3 - ChambanaCon - ChambanaCon 1 - Cipher - Clarion West - Commode d'Ore - David Louis Edelman - DeepSouthCon 9 - Disclave 15 - Ed Baker - Elizabeth Bear - Elron Award - Equicon - Equicon '71 - Eugie Foster - Fallcon - George Heap - Gerald Heard - Godfrey Daniel - Guide to Middle Earth - Hermes - Holly Black - Holly Wilson - Hot Shit - Increase in Convention Sizes in the 70s - Interplanetary Corn Chips - Is - Jim Butcher - John W. Campbell, Jr. - Karass - Kazoo! - Locus Award - Lunacon 14 - Magazine of Horror - Marcon VI - MidAmerica-Con - Midwestcon 22 - MiniCon III - Minicon 4 - Minicon 5 - Mirage - Mistakes Are Mistakes - Mondo*Con - Moon Bane - Mota - Mythcon II - Mythril - Noreascon 1 - Tony Lewis' Noreascon 1 Reminiscence - Oljeto - Open ESFA - Ozarkon VI - P. Djèlí Clark - Pecon 2 - Pegasus - PgHLANGE III - Phantasmagoria - Philip Wylie - Placebo - Prehensile - R. R. Winterbotham - Ray Courtis - Rebecca Roanhorse - SFCon '71 - Sacramento Area Super Science and Fantasy Reading and Study Society - Sanders - Sandworm Songbook - Secondary Universe IV - Self Preservation - Shadowfax - Sofia Samatar - The Hog on Ice - Twentieth Century Unlimited - UnterHelios - UpperSouthClave - UpperSouthClave I - Virgil Finlay - Washington in '71 - Worlds of Tomorrow

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