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Fan magazines

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Fanzines, 1967-09-01 - 2003-11-24

 Sub-Series — Document box 9-11
Scope and Contents Fanzines created by fans of "Star Trek: The Original Series" throughout the 1960s and 1970s, the first fanzines dedicated to an existing work of science fiction.Contains fan art, fan fiction, and critical analyses, Star Trek fanzines set a precedent for the level of engagement fans could have with a work of fiction, building a long-lasting community that influenced the trends of media fandoms and fanworks.Most of the editors for these early Star Trek fanzines were...
Dates: 1967-09-01 - 2003-11-24

Willis E. McNelly Science Fiction Collection: Philip K. Dick (Collection)

Identifier: SC-06-PKD
Scope and Contents

Correspondence, manuscripts, and documents relating to the life and works of Science Fiction author Philip K. Dick gifted to the Pollak Library from various sources.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1959 - 1985

Publications, 1964-03-11 - 2003-11-24

 Series — Document box 9-12
Scope and Contents

Professional and nonprofessional publications containing Star Trek content, including early fanzines made in response to "Star Trek: The Original Series, production documents for the creation of "Star Trek: The Original Series," and assorted books and magazines on various Star Trek properties.

Dates: 1964-03-11 - 2003-11-24

Willis E. McNelly Science Fiction collection: Star Trek

Identifier: SC-13-ST
Scope and Contents

Collection of mixed materials from various donors that includes scripts and production documents from the original televison series (1964-1969), fan magazines (fanzines), and assorted collectibles and memorabilia from the television series' and motion pictures.

Dates: 1964 - 2009

Willis E. McNelly Science Fiction Collection: Fanzine Samples

Identifier: SC-2019-09
Scope and Contents

The Science Fiction Fanzine Sample collection is comprised of 82 titles, and a total of 116 individual fanzine issues. Although related to Science Fiction Periodicals, fanzines were developed by fans of Science Fiction (along with other genres and topics). Sometimes a zine brought a small group of fans together, other times it was a source of cultural exchange for the masses. But zines all have one common element: the celebration and exploration of science fiction and other genres.

Dates: 1933 - 2000