Chuck Connor

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'''John "Chuck" Connor''' is a British [[fanzine]] editor, active since the late 1970s. His titles include [[In Defiance of Medical Opinion]] (usually referred to as IDAMO; it came joint eighth in [[Ansible]]'s 1981 "best fanzine" poll [1]) [2] and [[Self Abused But Still Standing]] (usually referred to as SABSS) [3], both of which featured a mix of articles, short fiction (predominently sf) and poetry.
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'''John "Chuck" Connor''' is a British [[fanzine]] editor, active since the late 1970s.  
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In the late 1980s, he published a collection of [[Harry Warner, Jr.]]'s "All Our Yesterdays" columns on both paper and disk (one of the first electronic fanzines). In the mid-1990s, he launched The Nameless Apa.
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His titles include [[In Defiance of Medical Opinion]] (usually referred to as IDAMO; it came joint eighth in [[Ansible]]'s 1981 "best fanzine" poll [1]) [2] and [[Self Abused But Still Standing]] (usually referred to as SABSS) [3], both of which featured a mix of articles, short fiction (predominently science fiction) and poetry.
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Connor is currently a member of e-Apa and launched the electronic fanzine Phlizz in 2007.
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In the late 1980s, he published a collection of [[Harry Warner, Jr.]]'s "All Our Yesterdays" columns on both paper and disk (one of the first electronic fanzines). In the mid-1990s, he launched [[The Nameless Apa]].
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Connor is currently a member of [[e-Apa]] and launched the electronic fanzine [[Phlizz]] in 2007.
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Revision as of 16:54, 16 February 2008

John "Chuck" Connor is a British fanzine editor, active since the late 1970s.

His titles include In Defiance of Medical Opinion (usually referred to as IDAMO; it came joint eighth in Ansible's 1981 "best fanzine" poll [1]) [2] and Self Abused But Still Standing (usually referred to as SABSS) [3], both of which featured a mix of articles, short fiction (predominently science fiction) and poetry.

In the late 1980s, he published a collection of Harry Warner, Jr.'s "All Our Yesterdays" columns on both paper and disk (one of the first electronic fanzines). In the mid-1990s, he launched The Nameless Apa.

Connor is currently a member of e-Apa and launched the electronic fanzine Phlizz in 2007.

References

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