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The clubzine of The Stranger Club of Boston in the early 1940s. Ten issues were published by the club, with Francis Paro, Louis Russell Chauvenet, Earl Singleton, Art Widner and Tony Lewis all editing issues.
To commemorate The Stranger Club's being the Fan Guest of Honor of Noreascon Three in 1989, the convention arranged for Fanfare 11 to be published (after a hiatus of only 46 years). At the convention, Sam Moskowitz came up to the table where copies were being sold and showed his file card showing that his subscription still had issues to run and asked if he could pick it up or if the convention planned to mail it.
|1||December 1939||18||ed. Francis Paro|
|3||August 1940||20||ed. Louis Russell Chauvenet|
|4||October 1940||28||ed. Earl Singleton and Art Widner. Contains Damon Knight’s “Unite — or Fie!”|
|5||December 1940||30||ed. Art Widner|
|6||April 1941||38||ed. Art Widner|
|7||August 1941||32||ed. Art Widner|
|8||February 1942||36||ed. Art Widner|
|9||1942||36||ed. Art Widner|
|10||December 1943||56||ed. Art Widner|
|11||September 1989||36||Edited by Tony Lewis and published by Noreascon 3|
Fanfare online at fanac.org.
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