Over at Star Ship Sofa Jason Sanford has done a guest editorial talking about the Nebulas and Hugos. Sanford makes some excellent points about the way that the community is changing. New authors are coming through, and new technologies are being used to make fanzines. However, when he gets on to talking about fanzines, the same old forgetting happens. He mentions Ansible and File 770 (both edited by men). And then he goes on to talk about Electric Velocipede (also edited by a man), which he says is the first winner of Best Fanzine to be primarily published online. Now I know exactly how Maura felt on reading that issue of SFX.
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Cheryl Morgan is the former non-fiction editor for Clarkesworld Magazine. The magazine won two Hugo Awards while she was on the staff.
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