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Officially, FOSFAX was the clubzine of FOSFA, the Falls of the Ohio Science Fiction and Fantasy Association, but it became mostly an independent fanzine.
|5-31||Nov 18, 1973 -- 1979||Bob Roehm||Nearly all of the issues were in 1973 - 1975|
|32-51||June 1979||Shelby Bush III||20 monthly issues||Two issues were numbered 32|
|52-74||Mar 1982 - Jan 1984||Keith Asay||23 issues|
|not numbered||Mar-Aug 1984||Keith Chike||5 one-sheet issues||Temporary editor - issues were not numbered.|
|95-||Summer 1984||Bruce Gardner||26 monthly issues||Issues were again numbered starting at issue #95|
|Joseph Major||4 issues||Major was "first among equals" of editorial committee.|
|Jan 1987||Timothy Lane||Under Lane's editorship, FOSFAX grew to a 70- to 100-page bi-monthly fanzine, known for its long lettercol and fervent discussions of Lane’s right wing mundane politics.|
|132-||Oct 1988||Timothy Lane and Janice L. Moore|
|163-||Jan 1993||Timothy Lane and Elizabeth Garrott|
FOSFAX was nominated for the Best Fanzine Hugo seven times, in 1988-1993 and 1996.
- Reviewed by Mike Glyer in File 770 65, p. 13
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