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'''Mimosa''' was a science fiction fanzine that ran from 1982 until 2003. It was edited by Richard and Nicki Lynch. It's focus was on the history of science fiction fandom and fanzines and was highly popular for its entire run. It won the [[Hugo Award for Best Fanzine]] six times and was nominated fourteen years in a row.
'''Mimosa''' was a science fiction fanzine that ran from 1982 until 2003. It was edited by Richard and Nicki Lynch. It's focus was on the history of science fiction fandom and fanzines and was highly popular for its entire run. It won the [[Hugo Award for Best Fanzine]] six times and was nominated fourteen years in a row.
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Mimosa was well-known for its unique list of contributors that included figures from throughout the history of SF Fandom. These included Forrest J Ackerman ([[Voice of the Imagi-Nation]]), Ron Bennett ([[Ploy]], [[Skyrack]]), John Berry ([[The Damned Patrol]]), Vincent Clarke ([[Science Fantasy News]]), Es Cole, Ahrvid Engholm, Sharon N. Farber, Mike Glicksohn ([[Energumen]]), Dean Ghrennell ([[Grue]], [[Filler]]), Dave Kyle, Dave Langford ([[Ansible]]), Dave Locke ([[Awry]], [[Time and Again]]), Mike Resnick, Julius Schwartz ([[The Time Traveller]]), Bob Shaw, Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]), Shelby Vick ([[Confusion]]), [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]), [[Walt Willis]] ([[Slant]], [[Hyphen]]), Ted White, and Ben Zuhl.
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Mimosa was well-known for its unique list of contributors that included figures from throughout the history of SF Fandom. These included Forrest J Ackerman ([[Voice of the Imagi-Nation]]), Ron Bennett ([[Ploy]], [[Skyrack]]), John Berry ([[Pot Pourri]], [[The Damned Patrol]]), Vincent Clarke ([[Science Fantasy News]]), Es Cole, Ahrvid Engholm, Sharon N. Farber, Mike Glicksohn ([[Energumen]]), Dean Ghrennell ([[Grue]], [[Filler]]), Dave Kyle, Dave Langford ([[Ansible]]), Dave Locke ([[Awry]], [[Time and Again]]), Mike Resnick, Julius Schwartz ([[The Time Traveller]]), Bob Shaw, Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]), Shelby Vick ([[Confusion]]), [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]), [[Walt Willis]] ([[Slant]], [[Hyphen]]), Ted White, and Ben Zuhl.
Mimosa also featured a great deal of fan art, including work by Sheryl Birkhead, Brad W. Foster, Alexis Gilliland, Ian Gunn, Teddy Harvia, Joe Mayhew, Linda Michaels, [[Bill Rotsler]], Diana Stein, Dan Steffan ([[Boonfark]]), and Steve Stiles.
Mimosa also featured a great deal of fan art, including work by Sheryl Birkhead, Brad W. Foster, Alexis Gilliland, Ian Gunn, Teddy Harvia, Joe Mayhew, Linda Michaels, [[Bill Rotsler]], Diana Stein, Dan Steffan ([[Boonfark]]), and Steve Stiles.

Revision as of 01:25, 2 October 2011

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Mimosa Issue 16 Cover art by Dan Steffan

Mimosa was a science fiction fanzine that ran from 1982 until 2003. It was edited by Richard and Nicki Lynch. It's focus was on the history of science fiction fandom and fanzines and was highly popular for its entire run. It won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine six times and was nominated fourteen years in a row.

Mimosa was well-known for its unique list of contributors that included figures from throughout the history of SF Fandom. These included Forrest J Ackerman (Voice of the Imagi-Nation), Ron Bennett (Ploy, Skyrack), John Berry (Pot Pourri, The Damned Patrol), Vincent Clarke (Science Fantasy News), Es Cole, Ahrvid Engholm, Sharon N. Farber, Mike Glicksohn (Energumen), Dean Ghrennell (Grue, Filler), Dave Kyle, Dave Langford (Ansible), Dave Locke (Awry, Time and Again), Mike Resnick, Julius Schwartz (The Time Traveller), Bob Shaw, Bob Tucker (Le Zombie), Shelby Vick (Confusion), Harry Warner, Jr. (Horizons), Walt Willis (Slant, Hyphen), Ted White, and Ben Zuhl.

Mimosa also featured a great deal of fan art, including work by Sheryl Birkhead, Brad W. Foster, Alexis Gilliland, Ian Gunn, Teddy Harvia, Joe Mayhew, Linda Michaels, Bill Rotsler, Diana Stein, Dan Steffan (Boonfark), and Steve Stiles.

Issues 1-16 were produced via mimeograph, while issues 17-30 were printed commercially. Issues 28 and 29 were a two-volume "Mimosa Fanthology" collection, which featured some of the best articles from the first 27 issues.

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