FAAn Award for Best Fanzine

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*[[Chunga]];  Andy Hooper, Randy Byers, and carl juarez (Genzine)  
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*[[A Meara for Observers]]; Mike Meara (Perzine)
*[[A Meara for Observers]]; Mike Meara (Perzine)
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*[[Trap Door]] #29 Robert Lichtman (Best Single Issue)
===2014===
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*[[Banana Wings]]; [[Claire Brialey]] and [[Mark Plummer]] (Genzine)
*[[Banana Wings]]; [[Claire Brialey]] and [[Mark Plummer]] (Genzine)
*[[Flag]]; Andy Hooper (Personalzine)
*[[Flag]]; Andy Hooper (Personalzine)
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*[[Trap Door]] #30 Robert Lichtman {Best Single Issue)
==External Links==
==External Links==

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The FAAn Award for Best Fanzine is one of several Fan Activitiy Achievement Awards presented annually at the Corflu Convention.

First presented in 1975, the Awards went through a long hiatus after 1980, until being revived in 1994.

Contents

1975

1976

1977

(tie)

1978

1979

1980

1994

1995

  • Apparatchik, Victor Gonzalez, Andrew Hooper and carl juarez

1996

  • Apparatchik, Victor Gonzalez, Andrew Hooper and carl juarez

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

  • Wabe, Jae Leslie Adams, Tracy Benton, and Nill Bodden

2003

  • Chunga, Randy Byers, Andrew Hooper and carl juarez

2004

2005

  • Chunga, Randy Byers, Andrew Hooper and carl juarez

2006

  • Chunga, Randy Byers, Andrew Hooper and carl juarez

2007

2008

2009

  • el, Earl Kemp

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

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