In addition to our fanzines, the N3F also has been putting out special publications foy years. Below is a list of some of the publications available on this site to read or download in PDF form.
The word “fandbook” is a portmanteau, a combo of fan+handbook, and its purpose is exactly what it sounds like – pointers from veteran fans to new fans.
|1||A Key to the Terminology of Science-Fiction Fandom||1962||Donald Franson|
|2||The Amateur Press Associations of Science-Fiction Fandom||1962||Bob Lichtman|
|3||Some Historical Facts about Science-fiction Fandom||1962||Donald Franson|
|4||The Trans-Atlantic Fan Fund||1963||Len Moffatt & Ron Ellik|
|5||Pseudonyms of Science Fiction Fantasy and Horror Authors||2010||Jon Swartz|
|6||The Hugo Awards for Best Novel||2013||Jon Swartz|
N3F Fandom Guides
As a follow-up to Fandbooks, the N3F started printing up Fan guides to hand out at WorldCons to welcomes new members in the 1970s. This tradition continues today.
|2005||Ruth R. Davidson|
|2007||Ruth R. Davidson|
Since the 1940s, the N3F has published various index listings. A few available in PDF are below.
|1947||An Index of Various Fantasy Publications||Darrell C. Richardson|
|1948||Scieti-Fant & Weird Mag Index|
|1950||Fantasy Pseudonyms||Arthur H. Rapp, editor|
Other special pubs available for viewing online include the following.
|1986||Neffer a Bad Batch||Cookbook|