Scientifiction: The First Fandom Report

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Scientifiction, a fanzine published by the First Fandom club, appears quarterly.

Current editor/publisher is club president John L. Coker III. Special Features Editor is Jon D. Swartz.

Past editors include Jim and Barbara Harmon, Paul McCall, Mark Schulzinger, and Joseph P. Martino.

The publication has featured a series of articles honoring original members, the “Original Member Spotlight.” The members honored were David A. Kyle, genre artist Murphy Anderson, Robert Madle, Bob Peterson, William Hamling, and Jack Robins. The series was written by Coker and Swartz.

Issue Date Pages Editor Notes
Fall 1994 11 Mark Schulzinger
Spring 1994 11 "
Summer 1994 11 "
Winter 1994 9 "
Fall 1995 13 "
Spring 1995 15 "
Summer 1995 11 "
Winter 1995 11 "
Fall 1996 32 "
Spring 1996 9 "
Summer 1996 32 "
Winter 1996 13 "
Fall 1997 9 "
Spring 1997 20 "
Summer 1997 20 "
Winter 1997 20 "
Fall 1998 21 Paul McCall
Spring 1998 7 Mark Schulzinger
Summer 1998 16 "
Winter 1998 24 Paul McCall
Winter 1998 24 "
Fall 1999 24 "
Spring 1999 24 "
Summer 1999 24 "
Winter 1999 20 "
Summer 2000 16 Jim Harmon
Fall 2002 16 "
Summer 2002 24 "
Winter 2002 19 "
New Series
1 Winter 2004 9 Mark Schulzinger Marked Q1
2 Spring 2004 9 " Q2
5 Winter 2005 6 Joseph Martino Q1
30 Summer 2011 7 "
31 Fall 2011 6 "
34 Spring 2012 8 "
34 Summer 2012 8 "
35 Winter 2014 5 "
36 Spring 2014 11 "
37 Summer 2014 10 "
38 Fall 2014 6 "
39 Winter 2014 7 "
40 Spring 2014 12 "
41 Summer 2014 16 "
42 Fall 2014 14 "
43 Winter 2015 8 "
44 Spring 2015 14 John L. Coker, III
45 Summer 2015 16 "
46 Fall 2015 20 "
47 Winter 2016 8 "
48 Spring 2016 8 "
49 Summer 2016 20 "
50 Fall 2016 16 "
51 Winter 2017 8 "
52 Spring 2017 6 "
53 Summer 2017 14 "
54 Fall 2017 12 "
55 Winter 2018 12 "
56 Spring 2018 12 "
57 Summer 2018 9 "
58 Fall 2018 13 "



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