The Fantasy Amateur

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The Fantasy Amateur is the name of the quarterly FAPA ("Fantasy Amateur Press Association") Official Organ. It began in Spring 1938 issue edited by Donald Wollheim and Frederik Pohl. It includes the official material of FAPA: Election results, ToCs, the reports of the Official Critics, etc.

Mailing Issue Date OE Pages Notes
1 Fall 1937 John Michel
2 Winter 1937 John Michel
3a V1.1 Spring 1938 Fred Pohl 7
3b,4 May 1938 Fred Pohl
4,5 June 1938 Fred Pohl
6 August 1938 Don Wollheim
emergency October 1938 Don Wollheim
7 Winter 1938 Milton Rothman
8 Spring 1939 Milton Rothman
9 Summer 1939 Milton Rothman & Bob Madle
10 Fall 1939 Walter E. Marconette
11 Spring 1940 Jack Agnew
12 Summer 1940 Jack Agnew
13 Fall 1940 Elmer Perdue
14 Winter 1940 Elmer Perdue
15 Spring 1941 Elmer Perdue
16 Summer 1941 Elmer Perdue
17 September 1941 Louis Russell Chauvenet
18 December 1941 Louis Russell Chauvenet
19 March 1942 Louis Russell Chauvenet
20 V5.4 June 1942 Louis Russell Chauvenet 10
21 V6.1 September 1942 Al Ashley 10
22 V6.2 December 1942 Al Ashley 10
22 December 1942 Al Ashley 1 The FA Lean-To (an addendum)
23 V6.3 March 1943 Al Ashley 11
23 March 1943 Al Ashley 3 FA Lean-To Annex #1
23 March 1943 Al Ashley 1 FA Lean-To V1#2
24 V6.4 June 1943 Al Ashley
24 July 1943 Al Ashley 1 FAL-T Annex #2
24 June 1943 Al Ashley 2 FA Lean-To V1#3
25 V7.1 September 1943 Al Ashley 8
26 V7.2 December 1943 R. D. Swisher 10
27 V7.3 March 1944 R. D. Swisher
28 V7.4 June 1944 R. D. Swisher 12
29 V8.1 September 1944 Larry Shaw 20
30 V8.2 November 1944 Larry Shaw 4
34 V9.2 Winter 1945 Jack Speer 6


Publication 1937
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