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'''Crossroads''' was a science fiction fanzine by Al and Sally Snider.
'''Crossroads''' was a science fiction fanzine by Al and Sally Snider.
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"SFR, Crossroads, and the rest were a feast for those who enjoyed heavyweight intellectual sparring," said Arnie Katz in his article "The Philosophical Theory of Fan History"
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Published  first in New Jersey for the Brown University Science Fiction Union, the first issue of ''Crossroads'' was published in April 1969. By issue # 13, (Volume 2, #1), released in Fall 1972, mention of Brown University has been dropped,
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Writing about fanzines of the late 1960s, Arnie Katz said, "''Science Fiction Review'', ''Crossroads'', and the rest were a feast for those who enjoyed heavyweight intellectual sparring," in his article "The Philosophical Theory of Fan History".
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Contributors included Gregory Benford ([[Void]]), Ed Cox ([[Altair]], [[Triton]]), and Andrew Offutt.
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''Crossroads'' was one of the fanzines in which Grant Canfield's art work first appeared. Other contributors of art included [[Bill Rotsler]] (cover #8).
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Al Snider also co-edited the fanzine [[Nimrod]] with Dwain G. Kaiser in the 1960s.
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Revision as of 08:36, 3 May 2014

Crossroads was a science fiction fanzine by Al and Sally Snider.

Published first in New Jersey for the Brown University Science Fiction Union, the first issue of Crossroads was published in April 1969. By issue # 13, (Volume 2, #1), released in Fall 1972, mention of Brown University has been dropped,

Writing about fanzines of the late 1960s, Arnie Katz said, "Science Fiction Review, Crossroads, and the rest were a feast for those who enjoyed heavyweight intellectual sparring," in his article "The Philosophical Theory of Fan History".

Contributors included Gregory Benford (Void), Ed Cox (Altair, Triton), and Andrew Offutt.

Crossroads was one of the fanzines in which Grant Canfield's art work first appeared. Other contributors of art included Bill Rotsler (cover #8).

Al Snider also co-edited the fanzine Nimrod with Dwain G. Kaiser in the 1960s.

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