The Moffatt House Abroad

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'''The Moffatt House Abroad''' is a science fiction fanzine by Len Moffatt and June Moffatt.  
'''The Moffatt House Abroad''' is a science fiction fanzine by Len Moffatt and June Moffatt.  
In 1973, Len and June Moffatt won the Trans-Atlantic Fan Fund for a trip from the U.S.A. to Europe and ''The Moffatt House Abroad'' is an account of their trip. It was published in 1974.  
In 1973, Len and June Moffatt won the Trans-Atlantic Fan Fund for a trip from the U.S.A. to Europe and ''The Moffatt House Abroad'' is an account of their trip. It was published in 1974.  
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Len Moffatt had been one of the editors of [[Shangri L'Affaires]], and one of the editors of [[The Outlanders]]. June Moffatt had published [[Moonshine]] for [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association|FAPA]], and both had worked on [[The Rick Sneary Memorial Fanzine]].
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The Moffatts write about attending the 1973 Eastercon in Bristol, England. Their writing is illustrated with photographs and cartoons.
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For thirty years, from 1974 till 2004, ''The Moffatt House Abroad'' enjoyed the distinction of being the only full-length North American TAFF report completed and published, until Steve Stiles published in account of his 1968 TAFF trip, [[Harrison Country]].
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Len Moffatt had been one of the editors of [[Shangri L'Affaires]], and one of the editors of [[The Outlander]]. Len and June Moffatt published [[Moonshine (USA)|Moonshine]] for [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association|FAPA]].
==External Links==
==External Links==
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*[http://file770.com/?p=4930 Biography of Len Moffatt]
*[http://www.lasfsinc.info/loscon/30/guest88.html Brief biography of June Moffatt]
*[http://www.lasfsinc.info/loscon/30/guest88.html Brief biography of June Moffatt]

Revision as of 00:24, 21 August 2012

The Moffatt House Abroad is a science fiction fanzine by Len Moffatt and June Moffatt.

In 1973, Len and June Moffatt won the Trans-Atlantic Fan Fund for a trip from the U.S.A. to Europe and The Moffatt House Abroad is an account of their trip. It was published in 1974.

The Moffatts write about attending the 1973 Eastercon in Bristol, England. Their writing is illustrated with photographs and cartoons.

For thirty years, from 1974 till 2004, The Moffatt House Abroad enjoyed the distinction of being the only full-length North American TAFF report completed and published, until Steve Stiles published in account of his 1968 TAFF trip, Harrison Country.

Len Moffatt had been one of the editors of Shangri L'Affaires, and one of the editors of The Outlander. Len and June Moffatt published Moonshine for FAPA.

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