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Wednesday, August 25, 2004

 

Never Ending Story...

I thought I had this issue finished earlier today, August 25 – and then checked our post office box. Twelve new fanzines awaited me there – eleven of which demanded notice (Ken Faig doesn’t want Snake Den reviewed). So I’ve hastily scanned some excellent zines. Once again I must disappoint those faneds who publish exclusively on-line – great members of this community like Arnie and Joyce Katz and Earl Kemp. Time doesn’t permit me to scroll down the incredible listing of publications on eFanzines and review the many masterworks thereon.

But though I can’t review each and every e-zine, I can refer your eye to www.eFanzines.com. It’s where the action is; some of the most impressive and most important amateur writing in the genre is being done there. Read Kemp’s eI, for instance, for an unapologetic and inimitable perspective of the sleaze industry of the last quarter century – and a beautiful appreciation of Avram Davidson. (I wish my 1970 photo had been in better focus for you, Earl.)

So see you at Noreascon 4 – and if you read this later, well then, see you later.


Comments:
Hey, Guy. It's been some time.
Your comments, in general, I find both pithy and trenchant; would that mine could be as targeted.
I thank you for pointing people to Bill Burns' fannish treasure trove, efanzines.com. It's truly a Fannish Ghood Thing.

Sometime again, Guy, when I have more time and more to say... now that I know the way, so to speak.

Al Bouchard
 
Hey, Guy. It's been some time.
Your comments, in general, I find both pithy and trenchant; would that mine could be as targeted.
I thank you for pointing people to Bill Burns' fannish treasure trove, efanzines.com. It's truly a Fannish Ghood Thing.

Sometime again, Guy, when I have more time and more to say... now that I know the way, so to speak.

Al Bouchard
 
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