Fan-Tods

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'''Fan-Tods''' is a science fiction fanzine;
'''Fan-Tods''' is a science fiction fanzine;
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''Fan-Tods'' appeared in the 1940s, and was edited and published  by Norman F. Stanley, in Rockland, Maine, U.S.A.. It was mimeographed using blue ink. Issue 2 appeared in 1943, #7 in 1944, #11 in 1945. Issue 19 was published in 1952, and may have been the last. ''Fan-Tods'' was an Apazine, distributed through FAPA ([[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]]) and VAPA.
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''Fan-Tods'' appeared in the 1940s, and was edited and published  by Norman F. Stanley, in Rockland, Maine, U.S.A.. It was mimeographed using blue ink. Issue 1 appeared in 1942, #7 in 1944, #11 in 1945, #17 in 1948, #18 in 1949. Issue 19 was published in 1952, and was the last issue. ''Fan-Tods'' was an Apazine, distributed through FAPA ([[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]]) and VAPA.
Cover illustrations were by Rosco E. Wright ([[Beyond]]), among others.
Cover illustrations were by Rosco E. Wright ([[Beyond]]), among others.
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Letters came from [[Leslie Croutch]] ([[Light]]), and Al Ashley ([[Nova (1940s)|Nova]]).
Letters came from [[Leslie Croutch]] ([[Light]]), and Al Ashley ([[Nova (1940s)|Nova]]).
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Jack Speer's 1944 poll of the top fifteen fans found ''Fan-Tods'' to be among the top 5 fanzines.
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Revision as of 00:47, 22 May 2012

Fan-Tods is a science fiction fanzine;

Fan-Tods appeared in the 1940s, and was edited and published by Norman F. Stanley, in Rockland, Maine, U.S.A.. It was mimeographed using blue ink. Issue 1 appeared in 1942, #7 in 1944, #11 in 1945, #17 in 1948, #18 in 1949. Issue 19 was published in 1952, and was the last issue. Fan-Tods was an Apazine, distributed through FAPA (Fantasy Amateur Press Association) and VAPA.

Cover illustrations were by Rosco E. Wright (Beyond), among others.

Contributors included Louis Russell Chauvenet (Bonfire), among others.

Letters came from Leslie Croutch (Light), and Al Ashley (Nova).

Jack Speer's 1944 poll of the top fifteen fans found Fan-Tods to be among the top 5 fanzines.

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