Metrofan

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'''Metrofan''' was a science fiction fanzine by David McDonald.
'''Metrofan''' was a science fiction fanzine by David McDonald.
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'''Metrofan'' was published in the 1950s as an "unofficial publication of the New York Fandom Council, composed of Circle, ESFA and Lunarians - three first-rate stf clubs in the New York Area'.  It was a mimeographed, stapled publication of 27 pages.  
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''Metrofan'' was published in the 1950s as an "unofficial publication of the New York Fandom Council, composed of Circle, ESFA and Lunarians - three first-rate stf clubs in the New York Area'.  It was a mimeographed, stapled publication of 27 pages.  
Contributors of writing included Ken Beale, Belle Dietz ([[Ground Zero]]), Dick Ellington, Don Johnson, [[Boyd Raeburn]] ([[A Bas]]), H.P. Sanderson, Hans Stefan Santesson ([[Fantastic Universe]]), Roberta Wild ([[Vagary]]).
Contributors of writing included Ken Beale, Belle Dietz ([[Ground Zero]]), Dick Ellington, Don Johnson, [[Boyd Raeburn]] ([[A Bas]]), H.P. Sanderson, Hans Stefan Santesson ([[Fantastic Universe]]), Roberta Wild ([[Vagary]]).

Revision as of 22:56, 10 June 2011

Metrofan was a science fiction fanzine by David McDonald.

Metrofan was published in the 1950s as an "unofficial publication of the New York Fandom Council, composed of Circle, ESFA and Lunarians - three first-rate stf clubs in the New York Area'. It was a mimeographed, stapled publication of 27 pages.

Contributors of writing included Ken Beale, Belle Dietz (Ground Zero), Dick Ellington, Don Johnson, Boyd Raeburn (A Bas), H.P. Sanderson, Hans Stefan Santesson (Fantastic Universe), Roberta Wild (Vagary).

Contributors of artwork included Trina Robbins and Van.

Letters came from Alan Dodd, Nick and Noreen Falasca, Len Moffat, Bob Pavlat, Fred Prophet, Joe Sanders, Rick Sneary (Shangri L'Affaires), George W. Fields, and Guy Terwilleger.

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