A club located in Atlanta, beginning in the 1950s.
The 1950s Club
|From Fancyclopedia 2, ca. 1959|
|The Atlanta, GA SF Organization, whose wheels were various Dixie fans like Macauley, Burwell, and others. In full swing by July 1951, they accomplished a notable feat of fan publishing by getting out a hard-cover edition of Sam Moskowitz's The Immortal Storm.|
Members included Jerry Page, Hank Reinhardt and Jerry Burge.
The 1960s–70s Club
In the late 1960s and early 1970s Atlanta fandom started to bloom again. A new incarnation under the name ASFO II was born. Glen Brock, John Ulrich, Allen Greenfield, Steve Hughes, Joe Celko and others were responsible.
The 1980s Club
There was a revived club by that name — it was not the Atlanta Science Fiction Club — apparently organized by Irv Koch. Fl. 1982. It pubbed ASFOAWN.
As well as the clubzine Science Fiction Digest, ASFO published an Official Organ of the same name, previously Cosmag, edited by Ian Macauley.
|3||September 1953||24||Final issue; ed. by Jerry Burge and Carson Jacks|
ASFO online at fanac.org
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