Contact! is a science fiction anthology fanthology published and edited by Dick Smith and Leah Zeldes Smith.
Contact is a collection of short anecdotes by 72 fans describing how how they first discovered science fiction fandom. It is a 100 page fanzine, published in October 2001, in Prospect Heights, Illinois, U.S.A. The fanthology begins and ends with quotes from The Enchanted Duplicator by [[Bob Shaw and Walt Willis.
Contributors of art work include Jim Barker, Sheryl Birkhead, Kurt Erichson, Alexis Gilliland, Teddy Harvia, Barry Kent MacKay, Catherine Mintz, Bill Rotsler, Stu Shiffman, Leah Zeldes Smith, and Larry Tucker.
Contributors include Forrest J Ackerman, Harry Andrushak, Judy Bemis, Sheryl Birkhead, David Bratman, Ned Brooks (It Goes On The Shelf), Linda Bushyager (Granfalloon, Karass), Jack L. Chalker, Cy Chauvin, Howard DeVore, Phyllis Eisenstein, Tom Feler, George Flynn, John Foyster (Australian Science Fiction Review (second series)), Steve Francis, Sue Francis, Lisa C. Freitag, Beverly Friend, Gordon Garb, Deb Geisler, Janice Gelb, Mike Gliscksohn (Energumen), Mike Glyer (File 770), Rob Jackson (Maya), Terry Jeeves (ERG), Mary Kay Kare, Morris Keesan, Earl Kemp (el), Dave Langford (Ansible), Roy Lavender, Hope Leibowitz, Eric Lindsay (Gegenschein), Nicki Lynch (Mimosa), Rich Lynch (Mimosa), Race Mathews (Bacchanalia), Craig Miller, Murray Moore (Aztec Blue), Jodie Offut, Mark Olson, Priscilla Olsen, Tony Parker, Bruce Pelz, Andrew I. Porter (Algol), Sarah S. Prince, Tullio Proni, Mike Resnick, Yvonne Rousseau (Australian Science Fiction Review (second series)), Jim Schumacher, Pat Sims, Roger Sims, Jon Singer, Dick Smith, Leah Zeldes Smith, David "Lensman" Sooby, Jack Speer (The National Fantasy Fan), Dick Spelman, Joh Stopa, David Thayer, Cheryl Thompson, Gregg Trend, Bob Tucker (Le Zombie, Science Fiction Newsletter), R. Laurraine Tutihasi (Feline Mewsings), Tom Veal, William R. Warren, T.K.F. Weisskopf, Jerry Weist, Henry Welch, Peter Weston (Relapse, Prolapse), Tom Whitmore, Art Widner (YHOS), and Joel Zakem.
Dick Smith and Leah Zeldes Smith also published the fanzine Stet.