The Proceedings of the Institute for Twenty-First Century Studies was a sercon fanzine edited by Theodore Cogswell. This was a fanzine for pros published in the 1950s and early ’60s and helped lead to the creation of SFWA.
The best of PITFCS was collected in a huge book edited by Cogswell and published by Advent, PITFCS: Proceedings of the Institute for Twenty-First Century Studies (1993).
Awards and Honors
- 1994 -- 1994 Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo nominee
|141||November 1961||84||published in two parts: 50 & 34 pp|
|148||November 1970||56||AKA SFWA Forum #16|
|149||February 1971||60||AKA SFWA Forum #17|
- PITFCS online at fanac.org
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