Egoscan

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The ''Fancyclopedia'' defines "egoscan": "To skim through a fanzine or an APA mailing, looking for one's own name (or that of one's own zine)."
The ''Fancyclopedia'' defines "egoscan": "To skim through a fanzine or an APA mailing, looking for one's own name (or that of one's own zine)."
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''Egoscan'', subtitled "The Fanzine That Talks About Fans'' was published in Virginia, U.S.A. Issue #1 was released November 11, 1983, Issue 2 on December 9, 1983, #3 January 14, 1984, #4 on March 10, 1984, #5 April 14, 1984, #6 May 11, 1984, #7 July 25, 1984, #8 August 17, 1984, #9 August 17, 1984, #10 Jan. 28, 1985, #11, the last issue, was released May 27, 1985.  
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''Egoscan'', subtitled "The Fanzine That Talks About Fans" was published in Virginia, U.S.A. Issue #1 was released November 11, 1983, Issue 2 on December 9, 1983, #3 January 14, 1984, #4 on March 10, 1984, #5 April 14, 1984, #6 May 11, 1984, #7 July 25, 1984, #8 August 17, 1984, #9 August 17, 1984, #10 Jan. 28, 1985, #11, the last issue, was released May 27, 1985.  
Letters came from Richard Brandt ([[Fanthology '87]]), among others.
Letters came from Richard Brandt ([[Fanthology '87]]), among others.

Revision as of 16:13, 4 July 2014

Egoscan was a science fiction fanzine by Ted White.

The Fancyclopedia defines "egoscan": "To skim through a fanzine or an APA mailing, looking for one's own name (or that of one's own zine)."

Egoscan, subtitled "The Fanzine That Talks About Fans" was published in Virginia, U.S.A. Issue #1 was released November 11, 1983, Issue 2 on December 9, 1983, #3 January 14, 1984, #4 on March 10, 1984, #5 April 14, 1984, #6 May 11, 1984, #7 July 25, 1984, #8 August 17, 1984, #9 August 17, 1984, #10 Jan. 28, 1985, #11, the last issue, was released May 27, 1985.

Letters came from Richard Brandt (Fanthology '87), among others.

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