It Goes On The Shelf

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'''It Goes On The Shelf''' is an electronic fanzine by Ned Brooks.  
'''It Goes On The Shelf''' is an electronic fanzine by Ned Brooks.  
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''It Goes On The Shelf is created in Georgia, U.S.A., and hosted by [[fanac.org]]. 32 issues have been published as of 2011 and are available free online.
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''It Goes On The Shelf'' is created in Georgia, U.S.A., and hosted by [[fanac.org]]. 32 issues have been published as of 2011 and are available free online.
Back in the 1970s the editor did a zine called [[It Comes in the Mail]] which lasted 28 mostly bimonthly issues. He writes, "It worked on the basis that I would comment on everything pertaining to science-fiction and science-fiction fandom that I got in the mail. It died of success - with only an electric typewriter and a mimeograph machine, I could not keep up - the larger the zine got, the more came in the mail."  
Back in the 1970s the editor did a zine called [[It Comes in the Mail]] which lasted 28 mostly bimonthly issues. He writes, "It worked on the basis that I would comment on everything pertaining to science-fiction and science-fiction fandom that I got in the mail. It died of success - with only an electric typewriter and a mimeograph machine, I could not keep up - the larger the zine got, the more came in the mail."  
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Revision as of 07:31, 16 September 2011

It Goes On The Shelf is an electronic fanzine by Ned Brooks.

It Goes On The Shelf is created in Georgia, U.S.A., and hosted by fanac.org. 32 issues have been published as of 2011 and are available free online.

Back in the 1970s the editor did a zine called It Comes in the Mail which lasted 28 mostly bimonthly issues. He writes, "It worked on the basis that I would comment on everything pertaining to science-fiction and science-fiction fandom that I got in the mail. It died of success - with only an electric typewriter and a mimeograph machine, I could not keep up - the larger the zine got, the more came in the mail."

"It Goes on the Shelf" is a more modest effort, and is now published only once a year. It's mostly about books that the editor find interesting.

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