An incompleat guide to Twentieth Century Canadian Science Fiction Fandom
Canadian Fancyclopedia Home Page
The Canadian Fancyclopedia, in this new site location (as of January 2009), is maintained by R. Graeme Cameron, Archivist for both the British Columbia Science Fiction Association and the West Coast Science Fiction Association of Canada.
I've decided NOT to host the CanFanCyclopedia on this site due to space & other limitations.
TO ACCESS THE FULL CDN FANCYCLOPEDIA
CLICK ON: < http://efanzines.com/CanFan/index.htm >
Currently, you can access the introduction and all entries A to Z. Version one is now complete.
I will add more material and new topics to my files till I have enough to justify substituting a Version two at some point in the future, possibly early next year.
Meanwhile, take a look at the sample entries on the left to get an idea of what sort of detailed information you will find in the Canfancyclopedia on Canadian Science Fiction fandom topics, such as descriptions of individual fanzines, conventions, clubs, awards and organizations, as well as info on World Sci-Fi fandom and the evolution of its terminology, slang and legends.
Then click on the above for the full Canfancyclopedia and have fun browsing!
Cheers! The Graeme
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P.P.S. After perusing the CanFanCyc, feel free to go back to its home page and click on 'Return to efanzines.com' to access the hundreds of fanzines and fannish resources hosted on the Hugo-winning efanzines site by Bill Burns.
Or click on this < http://efanzines.com > to go directly there now.