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[[Image:FIAWOL_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''FIAWOL'''<br/>Issue 1 July 31 1972]]
 
'''FIAWOL''' is a science fiction fanzine by Arnie Katz and [[Joyce Worley Katz|Joyce Katz]].  
 
'''FIAWOL''' is a science fiction fanzine by Arnie Katz and [[Joyce Worley Katz|Joyce Katz]].  
  
The initials ''FIAWOL'' stand for Fandom Is A Way Of Life, and appropirately ''FIAWOL'' was a news zine reporting on events in science fiction fandom. It was published in the 1970s in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
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The initials ''FIAWOL'' stand for Fandom Is A Way Of Life, and appropriately ''FIAWOL'' was a news zine reporting on events in science fiction fandom. It was published in the 1970s in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. It called itself "the fanzine of objective bias".
  
In September 1972, [[Checkpoint]] # 23 said, "FIAWOL is a fine, new, fannish newszine..."
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The first issue was published in July 1972, with issues 2 and 3 appearing the same year. At least eight issues came out, with issues 4, 5, and 6 released in December 1973, and issues 7 and 8 in 1974.
  
Contributors of art work included Ross Chamberlain.
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In September 1972, [[Checkpoint]] # 23 said if the first issue, "FIAWOL is a fine, new, fannish newszine..."
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Contributors of art work included Ross Chamberlain. Included in issue 2 is an editorial by Joyce Katz, and the 1971 Egoboo Poll, with the results appearing in the 5th issue.
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''FIAWOL'' was published concurrently with Joyce Katz's fanzine [[Potlatch]] and Arnie Katz's fanzine [[Focal Point]].
  
Included in issue 2 is an editorial by Joyce Katz, and the 1971 Egoboo Poll. 
 
  
 
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FIAWOL
Issue 1 July 31 1972

FIAWOL is a science fiction fanzine by Arnie Katz and Joyce Katz.

The initials FIAWOL stand for Fandom Is A Way Of Life, and appropriately FIAWOL was a news zine reporting on events in science fiction fandom. It was published in the 1970s in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. It called itself "the fanzine of objective bias".

The first issue was published in July 1972, with issues 2 and 3 appearing the same year. At least eight issues came out, with issues 4, 5, and 6 released in December 1973, and issues 7 and 8 in 1974.

In September 1972, Checkpoint # 23 said if the first issue, "FIAWOL is a fine, new, fannish newszine..."

Contributors of art work included Ross Chamberlain. Included in issue 2 is an editorial by Joyce Katz, and the 1971 Egoboo Poll, with the results appearing in the 5th issue.

FIAWOL was published concurrently with Joyce Katz's fanzine Potlatch and Arnie Katz's fanzine Focal Point.