Metanoia

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''Metanoia'' was released in the 1970s. Arnie Katz, in his article "What Are The Greatest Fanzine?", in [[Vegas Fandom Weekly]] #99, from July 2007, writes, "Greg Shaw inspired a vogue for small, personal fanzine in the mid-1970s with this zine, which remained tops in the boomlet it created."
''Metanoia'' was released in the 1970s. Arnie Katz, in his article "What Are The Greatest Fanzine?", in [[Vegas Fandom Weekly]] #99, from July 2007, writes, "Greg Shaw inspired a vogue for small, personal fanzine in the mid-1970s with this zine, which remained tops in the boomlet it created."
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Greg Shaw had previously published [[Feemwlort]], and [[Entmoot]], a fanzine devoted to Tolkien and his books.
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Greg Shaw had previously published [[Feemwlort]], and [[Entmoot]], a fanzine devoted to Tolkien and his books, both titles released in the mid 1960s. He went on to publish music fanzines such as [[Mojo-Navigator Rock & Roll News]] and, [[Bomp!]].  
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Metanoia was a science fiction fanzine by Greg Shaw.

Metanoia was released in the 1970s. Arnie Katz, in his article "What Are The Greatest Fanzine?", in Vegas Fandom Weekly #99, from July 2007, writes, "Greg Shaw inspired a vogue for small, personal fanzine in the mid-1970s with this zine, which remained tops in the boomlet it created."

Greg Shaw had previously published Feemwlort, and Entmoot, a fanzine devoted to Tolkien and his books, both titles released in the mid 1960s. He went on to publish music fanzines such as Mojo-Navigator Rock & Roll News and, Bomp!.

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