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While living in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, sometime in 1953, Norman Browne co-edited with 'Art Wesley', actually Dean Grennell, of Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin. U.S.A., a [[one shot]] titled ''Filler'', consisting of 527 numbered 'filler' items, most of them interliniations, the idea being that fan editors, in order to save space, would type in the appropriate number and leave it to the readers to look up the actual 'filler' in ''Filler''. This concept proved very popular.
While living in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, sometime in 1953, Norman Browne co-edited with 'Art Wesley', actually Dean Grennell, of Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin. U.S.A., a [[one shot]] titled ''Filler'', consisting of 527 numbered 'filler' items, most of them interliniations, the idea being that fan editors, in order to save space, would type in the appropriate number and leave it to the readers to look up the actual 'filler' in ''Filler''. This concept proved very popular.
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*[http://fancyclopedia.editme.com/CROTTLED Terms invented by '''Filler''']
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Revision as of 22:59, 26 April 2011

Filler was a science fiction fandom fanzine co-edited by Norman Browne and Dean Grennell.

While living in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, sometime in 1953, Norman Browne co-edited with 'Art Wesley', actually Dean Grennell, of Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin. U.S.A., a one shot titled Filler, consisting of 527 numbered 'filler' items, most of them interliniations, the idea being that fan editors, in order to save space, would type in the appropriate number and leave it to the readers to look up the actual 'filler' in Filler. This concept proved very popular.

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