Trade zine from Garth,
Around the World, Across the Nation, and Up Your Street
In this issue we’re trying an experiment: harvesting news items from email and fanzines and Facebook posts we have received, to see what this kind of news collection looks like. – Ed.
Love the Brad Foster illo! 😀
François has sent us two more rough cuts, filmed during the meeting of November 20th.
Guy Lillian has sent us Spartacus, in which politics loom very large and cast scary shadows.
We also heard from George Philies who sent us several zines and asked us to send us WARP. I did warn him that WARP is rather on the large side for including in an APA. Sure ’nuff, the email bounced! So I sent him the link to our site instead.
“I’m George Phillies, President of the National Fantasy Fan Federation. We’re the oldest non-regional science fiction (and fantasy, and horror, and occult) club in the World. Founded in 1941, we’ve offered fen (fan; plural: fen) around the world a chance to interact, communicate, and tackle projects too big for one fan.”
From IMDB: Updated 2:41 p.m. Pt: Glass’ agent has confirmed to TheWrap that the actor died on Friday night due to respiratory failure. Previously: Ron Glass, known for his roles on “Barney Miller” and “Firefly,” has died at age 71, TheWrap has confirmed. Glass was born in Evansville, Indiana, and made his onscreen debut in a 1973 guest spot on “All in the Family.” He would go on to appear on numerous shows over the next few years, including “Maude,” “Hawaii 5-0” and “The Bob Newhart Show.” His big break, however, came in 1975 when he was cast as Det. Ron Harris on the popular comedy. »
Read tributes from Firefly cast here.
Read more from Wikipedia and Variety:
Ron Glass, Emmy-Nominated Actor Known for ‘Barney Miller’ and ‘Firefly,’ Dies at 71
MonSSFan Shawn Picard (AKA Phin Scardaw) is relaunching his Kickstarter campaign for his novel “The Sylvan Song”. New content, new rewards! Check it out!
Maybe it’s already here.
MonSFFA’s annual Holiday Feast is at the Irish Embassy Pub and Grill, Dec 3, 18h. All fandom is invited!
The holiday menu is priced at 25$, or 20$ for vegetarian, plus 17% gratuity.
1234 Rue Bishop-below St. Catherine, within walking distance of Guy-Concordia and Lucien-l’Allier metro stations.
You may remember a presentation on Scooby-Doo that we enjoyed at a MonSFFA meeting some time back. Linzy sends us a link to a site she found on the Internet :
13 Fun Facts About ‘Scooby-Doo
Warp 96 is now available for download! CLICK HERE
MEMBERS: If you picked up a printed copy of WARP, please note the pdf version is corrected to include information about Keith’s cover which was received just barely in time for printing. I forgot to update Page 2 accordingly before printing. 🙁