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[[Image:Fanatical.jpg‎|right|frame|'''The Fanatical Fanactivist''' Issue 4 Cover by Taral Wayne 2011]]
'''The Fanatical Fantactivist''' is a science fiction fanzine by R. Graeme Cameron.
'''The Fanatical Fantactivist''' is a science fiction fanzine by R. Graeme Cameron.
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''The Fanatical Fanactivist'' is published in British Columbia, Canada, and available as an e-zine. The subtitle of the fanzine is, "The Fannish E-Zine of the Canadian Fanzine Fanac Awards Society Dedicated to Promoting Canadian Fanzine Fandom".  
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''The Fanatical Fanactivist'' is published in British Columbia, Canada, and available as an e-zine as [[eFanzines.com]]. The subtitle of the fanzine is, "The Fannish E-Zine of the Canadian Fanzine Fanac Awards Society Dedicated to Promoting Canadian Fanzine Fandom".  
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The award recipients for 2011, the first year of the awards, were chosen by Cameron. Best Fan Artist was Taral Wayne; Best FanWriter was Garth Spencer; Bext Loc Hack was [[Lloyd Penney]]; Best Fanzine was [[Warp]], edited by Cathy Palmer-Lister; and Life-Time Achievement Award went to "The Unknown Faned" who published ''The Canadian Science Fiction Fan'' in 1936.  
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The award recipients for 2011, the first year of the awards, were chosen by Cameron. Best Fan Artist was Taral Wayne; Best FanWriter was Garth Spencer; Bext Loc Hack was [[Lloyd Penney]]; Best Fanzine was [[Warp]], edited by Cathy Palmer-Lister; and Life-Time Achievement Award went to "The Unknown Faned" who published ''The Canadian Science Fiction Fan'' in 1936.  The Awards were present at VCon in Vancouver, British Columbia. The cover of issue 4 by Taral Wayne featured a reproduction of the certificate given to the winners. Eric Cjhu designed an award, featured on the cover of issue 5, which Lawrence Prime will create.
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The cover is by Taral Wayne and is a reproduction of the certificate given to the winners. The Awards were present at VCon in Vancouver, British Columbia.  
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Letters came from all the winners, as well as Dave Haren, Neil Jamieson-Williams ([[Swill@30]]), and Jinnie Cracknell ([[Quantum B*llocks]]), Dave Haren, Neil Jamieson-Williams, Murray Moore ([[Aztec Blue]]), and  Robert Runte ([[The Monthly Monthly]], [[Neology]]).
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Letters came from all the winners, as well as
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Cover art is by Barry Kent McKay (#3), Taral Wayne (#4), Eric Chu, Lawrence Prime (#5).
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R. Graeme Cameron has previously published [[BCSFAzine]] (1989-1995), [[WCSFAzine]], and [[Space Cadet]] (1994-2000).
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==External Links==
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*[http://efanzines.com/Auroran/index.htm '''The Fanatical Fanactivist''' on-line] at [[eFanzines.com]] 
[[Category:Zine|Fanatical]]
[[Category:Zine|Fanatical]]

Revision as of 01:05, 10 January 2012

The Fanatical Fanactivist Issue 4 Cover by Taral Wayne 2011
The Fanatical Fanactivist Issue 4 Cover by Taral Wayne 2011

The Fanatical Fantactivist is a science fiction fanzine by R. Graeme Cameron.

The Fanatical Fanactivist is published in British Columbia, Canada, and available as an e-zine as eFanzines.com. The subtitle of the fanzine is, "The Fannish E-Zine of the Canadian Fanzine Fanac Awards Society Dedicated to Promoting Canadian Fanzine Fandom".

The award recipients for 2011, the first year of the awards, were chosen by Cameron. Best Fan Artist was Taral Wayne; Best FanWriter was Garth Spencer; Bext Loc Hack was Lloyd Penney; Best Fanzine was Warp, edited by Cathy Palmer-Lister; and Life-Time Achievement Award went to "The Unknown Faned" who published The Canadian Science Fiction Fan in 1936. The Awards were present at VCon in Vancouver, British Columbia. The cover of issue 4 by Taral Wayne featured a reproduction of the certificate given to the winners. Eric Cjhu designed an award, featured on the cover of issue 5, which Lawrence Prime will create.

Letters came from all the winners, as well as Dave Haren, Neil Jamieson-Williams (Swill@30), and Jinnie Cracknell (Quantum B*llocks), Dave Haren, Neil Jamieson-Williams, Murray Moore (Aztec Blue), and Robert Runte (The Monthly Monthly, Neology).

Cover art is by Barry Kent McKay (#3), Taral Wayne (#4), Eric Chu, Lawrence Prime (#5).

R. Graeme Cameron has previously published BCSFAzine (1989-1995), WCSFAzine, and Space Cadet (1994-2000).

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