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The Fantasy Fan - Volume 1, No. 2

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .ppearing in all of the other magazines without having to endure more of him in 'The Fantasy Fan?' Maybe he is the most active science fiction fan, but I wish he would confine his activities to California. If you simply have to have him, please keep his outbursts to a minimum. I wonder if the 'World's most active science fiction fan;' 'The demon letter writer' realizes how tiresome and boring his continual out-pourings may become.

"Once more permit me to congratulate you on your efforts. I am looking forward with considerable interest to future issues. With best luck."—H. Koenig

You will be pleased to hear that Mr. Tucker has promised us a column on English science fiction every month. The second in the series appear in this issue.

Of course, we cannot take sides with you as to whether Mr. Ackerman's 'outbursts' are boring. That is for the readers to decide. Yours is the first unfavorable comment we have had upon Mr. Ackerman's. . . Read More

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Just astonishing. I think it was the excess of Barry Manilow fans that really did it for me, I expected it more of the Bowie fans.

Who would ever have thought that there are people out there who regard Barry Manilow as the second coming of Christ? Or that T-Rex’s Marc Bolan spoke to them from beyond the grave? Not to mention the theory that David Bowie is a semi-divine space alien (of course Bowie himself is at least partially

I didn't know Nick Heyward until I read this book so that's quite the first impression, also Barry Manilow fans now officially TERRIFY ME

it is a crime that this is out of print.

In which fans relate their (usually sexual) fantasies about pop stars. Published in the 1980s, the stars might be dated (Japan, Bowie, Adam Ant, The Police) but the sentiments are fresh and vital. Unjudgemental, touching, and of course, incredibly funny.

The fans have unintentionally provided me and

Barry Manilow fans are in tents