Amazing Stories

Author: R. Graeme Cameron

The Clubhouse: Fanzine Reviews: Into the Abyss.

The Clubhouse: Fanzine Reviews: Into the Abyss.

R. Graeme Cameron enters the fray with multiple fa... Read More »

The Club House 12/26/14: Why Talk About Fanzines?

The Club House 12/26/14: Why Talk About Fanzines?

The Club House returns! Read More »

Unknown Burroughs, or: Never Mind John Carter of Mars, What About the Mucker?

Unknown Burroughs, or: Never Mind John Carter of Mars, What About the Mucker?

A handful of novels by ER Burroughs have not recei... Read More »

Rand Holmes, The Penultimate Science Fiction illustrator Says I

Rand Holmes, The Penultimate Science Fiction illustrator Says I

Wally Wood may be the greatest SF artist of all ti... Read More »

Wally Wood, The Ultimate Science Fiction illustrator Says I

Wally Wood, The Ultimate Science Fiction illustrator Says I

Wally Wood - the great one Read More »

The 1956 Worldcon Blues, or: My Mom Wouldn’t Let Me Go ‘Cause I Was Only Five

The 1956 Worldcon Blues, or: My Mom Wouldn’t Let Me Go ‘Cause I Was Only Five

Do you collect Worldcon Program Books? I do, which... Read More »

Marvel Comics “Worlds Unknown” of Known Science Fiction, or: A Good Idea Gone Flopnik?

Marvel Comics “Worlds Unknown” of Known Science Fiction, or: A Good Idea Gone Flopnik?

What’s not to like? You got your alien monster, yo... Read More »

On Being a Space Cadet, or: Why It is Never Too Late to Join the Academy

On Being a Space Cadet, or: Why It is Never Too Late to Join the Academy

We're ALL Space Cadets...and now we can wear the n... Read More »

R. Graeme Cameron’s VCON 39 Report. NOT Steve Fahnestalk’s VCON 39 Report!

R. Graeme Cameron’s VCON 39 Report. NOT Steve Fahnestalk’s VCON 39 Report!

R. Graeme Cameron's VCon conrep. NOT Steve Fahnes... Read More »

Just Imagine a Classic Science Fiction Film? Or: a Classic Lack of Imagination?

Just Imagine a Classic Science Fiction Film? Or: a Classic Lack of Imagination?

Just imagine there exists a 1930 film portraying t... Read More »

Aelita, Queen of Mars, or: Redder Than You Think

Aelita, Queen of Mars, or: Redder Than You Think

Watch the soviet era SF film that Stalin hated! Read More »

Alien Ruins Good Enough For You? Or, Why Ruins Keep Getting Ruined.

Alien Ruins Good Enough For You? Or, Why Ruins Keep Getting Ruined.

I am a sucker for Sci-Fi movies, art and literatur... Read More »

The Steampunkery of H.G. Wells

The Steampunkery of H.G. Wells

H.G. Wells - steampunker Read More »

Croutch the Forgotten, or: The Imperfect Lord of 1940s Canadian Fandom.

Croutch the Forgotten, or: The Imperfect Lord of 1940s Canadian Fandom.

A profile of Leslie Croutch, Canadian fan booster Read More »

The Book of VCON, or: One of Them Crazy Fannish Traditions.

The Book of VCON, or: One of Them Crazy Fannish Traditions.

"WHat's all this about!? A "convention" or somethi... Read More »

The Last Hurrah of Boris Karloff as the Frankenstein Monster, or: Not What You Think.

The Last Hurrah of Boris Karloff as the Frankenstein Monster, or: Not What You Think.

Boris Karloff gets his kicks on Route 66.... Read More »

My Favourite Apocalypse, or: The N’Yark City of Mighty Samson

My Favourite Apocalypse, or: The N’Yark City of Mighty Samson

“A once-great city lies in ruins, overgrown by a d... Read More »

A Stone Age Future, or: The Perils of Buying a First Computer in 1982

A Stone Age Future, or: The Perils of Buying a First Computer in 1982

Crossing the digital divide.... Read More »

In Memory of Susan Wood, a Wonderful and Influential Fan

In Memory of Susan Wood, a Wonderful and Influential Fan

Susan Wood: Canadian BNF, award winning writer and... Read More »

Focus on LOCUS, or: The Fannish Beginnings of an Industry Standard SF Genre Newszine.

Focus on LOCUS, or: The Fannish Beginnings of an Industry Standard SF Genre Newszine.

Examining a fannish institution: Charles N. Brown ... Read More »

The Silent Era Film Version of “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.”

The Silent Era Film Version of “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.”

Think CGI is cool? Check out the technical accomp... Read More »

Last Flight of the Muses, or: Fates on a Rampage?

Last Flight of the Muses, or: Fates on a Rampage?

Don't search too hard for a blog post subject, you... Read More »

I Must be Zeus! My Forehead is Giving Birth!

I Must be Zeus! My Forehead is Giving Birth!

Giving birth from your forehead may be painful - e... Read More »

Ice Worms, Snow Monkeys, and Ice Rats. Oh My! Or: a Couple of Fannish Hoaxes

Ice Worms, Snow Monkeys, and Ice Rats. Oh My! Or: a Couple of Fannish Hoaxes

Fannish Hoaxes are a fine tradition, one that Cana... Read More »

Mad Flight of a Manic Phoenix, or: Philip K. Dick in Vancouver (1972)

Mad Flight of a Manic Phoenix, or: Philip K. Dick in Vancouver (1972)

Philip K. Dick goes to Vancouver and makes quite t... Read More »

Son of Blast from the Past, or: One Elderly Brit Zine (for Them as Cares)

Son of Blast from the Past, or: One Elderly Brit Zine (for Them as Cares)

A trip to the fanzine archives...this time across ... Read More »

It Happened Here or Why Alternate History Can Be Terrifying

It Happened Here or Why Alternate History Can Be Terrifying

There is nothing inevitable about the real world a... Read More »

Blast from the Past, or: Two Forgotten Aussie Zines.

Blast from the Past, or: Two Forgotten Aussie Zines.

Going Down Under - fanzine style! Read More »

Horror Film or Terror Film. Which is it? Karloff and Clarens Speak Out

Horror Film or Terror Film. Which is it? Karloff and Clarens Speak Out

Boris Karloff made 'terror' films. Not horror fil... Read More »

The Beast of Badger Books, or: the Prolific Profligacy of R. Lionel Fanthorpe, SF Author

The Beast of Badger Books, or: the Prolific Profligacy of R. Lionel Fanthorpe, SF Author

Lionel Fanthorpe, the man who sold 170 books to a ... Read More »

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