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'''Egoscan''' was a science fiction fanzine by [[Ted White]].
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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)."
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''Egoscan'', subtitled "The Fanzine That Talks About Fans" was published in Falls Church, 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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Letters came from Richard Brandt ([[Fanthology '87]]), among others.
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Ted White had previously been one of the co-editors of [[Void]] and [[Stellar]] in the 1950s; in the 1960s he published [[Gambit (USA)|Gambit]] and in the 1990s co-published [[BLAT!]] with Dan Steffan.
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Latest revision as of 10:27, 9 March 2015

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 Falls Church, 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.

Ted White had previously been one of the co-editors of Void and Stellar in the 1950s; in the 1960s he published Gambit and in the 1990s co-published BLAT! with Dan Steffan.