Fan Activity Achievement Awards Winners By Name


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2002:
Wabe (JLA, Bill Bodden & Tracy Benton, eds.) — fanzine — winner

2016:
lifetime achievement — winner

2017:
BEAM #10 — fanzine cover — winner

2016:
Raucous Caucus #4 (by D. West & HB) — fanzine cover — winner

2014:
Inca #9 — fanzine cover — winner

1977:
fan artist, humour — winner

2002:
Wabe (Jae Leslie Adams, Bill Bodden & TB, eds.) — fanzine — winner

2002:
Wabe (Jae Leslie Adams, BB & Tracy Benton, eds.) — fanzine — winner

1980:
(Jeanne Gomoll & JB) — fan editor — winner

1979:
(Jeanne Gomoll & JB) — fan editor — winner

1999:
Outworlds — fanzine — winner

2017:
Banana Wings (CB & Mark Plummer, eds.) — fanzine, genzine — winner

2015:
Banana Wings (Mark Plummer & CB, eds.) — fanzine, genzine — winner

2014:
Banana Wings (by Mark Plummer & CB) — fanzine, genzine — winner

2012:
Banana Wings (by CB & Mark Plummer) — fanzine, genzine or collaboration — winner

2010:
fan writer — winner

2010:
Banana Wings (CB & Mark Plummer, eds.) — fanzine — winner

2007:
fan writer — winner

2007:
Banana Wings (CB & Mark Plummer, eds.) — fanzine — winner

2006:
fan writer — winner

2005:
fan writer — winner

2017:
eFanzines.com — fan website — winner

2016:
eFanzines.com — fan website — winner

2015:
eFanzines.com — fan website — winner

2014:
eFanzines.com — fan website — winner

2013:
eFanzines.com — fan website — winner

2012:
eFanzines.com — fan website — winner

2011:
eFanzines.com — fan website — winner

2010:
eFanzines.com — fan website — winner

2009:
eFanzines.com — online fanac site — winner

2008:
eFanzines.com — fan website — winner

2005:
eFanzines.com (http://www.efanzines.com/) — special award — winner

2013:
lifetime achievement — winner

2018:
fan writer — winner

2016:
Chunga (RB, Andy Hooper & carl juarez, eds.) — fanzine, genzine — winner (tie)

2013:
Chunga (RB, Andy Hooper & carl juarez, eds.) — fanzine, genzine or collaboration — winner

2012:
Alternative Pants — fanzine, single issue or anthology — winner

2006:
Chunga (by RB, Andrew Hooper & carl juarez) — fanzine — winner

2005:
Chunga (RB, Andrew Hooper & carl juarez, eds.) — fanzine — winner

2003:
fan writer — winner

2003:
number one fan face — winner

2003:
Chunga (RB, Andrew Hooper & carl juarez, eds.) — fanzine — winner

2018:
Vibrator — fanzine, personal zine — winner

2016:
Vibrator — fanzine, personal fanzine — winner

2015:
Vibrator — fanzine, personal fanzine — winner

2016:
Raucous Caucus — fanzine, genzine — winner (tie)

2007:
new fan — winner

2008:
new fan — winner

1979:
Mythologies #14 — fanzine, single issue — winner

eFanzines.com
2018:
fan website — winner

2004:
fan writer — winner

2018:
Beam (NF & Ulrika O'Brien, eds.) — fanzine — winner

2002:
fan writer — winner

2006:
new fan — winner

2018:
lifetime achievement — winner

2009:
fan writer — winner

1980:
fan artist, humour — winner

1979:
fan artist, humour — winner

1978:
loc writer — winner

1977:
loc writer — winner

1976:
LoC Writer — winner

1980:
Scientifriction #11 — fanzine, single issue — winner

1980:
(JG & Janice Bogstad) — fan editor — winner

1979:
(JG & Janice Bogstad) — fan editor — winner

2001:
fan writer — winner

1997:
Apparatchik (VG, Andrew Hooper & carl juarez, eds.) — fanzine — winner

1995:
Apparatchik (VG, Andrew Hooper & carl juarez, eds.) — fanzine — winner

1999:
fan artist — winner

1997:
fan artist — winner

1980:
fan artist, serious — winner

1979:
fan artist, serious — winner

2017:
Then — fanzine, special publication — winner

2002:
fan artist — winner

2017:
fan writer — winner

2016:
Chunga (Randy Byers, AH & carl juarez, eds.) — fanzine, genzine — winner (tie)

2014:
fan writer — winner

2014:
Flag — fanzine, personal fanzine — winner

2013:
fan writer — winner

2013:
Chunga (Randy Byers, AH & carl juarez, eds.) — fanzine, genzine or collaboration — winner

2006:
Chunga (by Randy Byers, AH & carl juarez) — fanzine — winner

2005:
Chunga (Randy Byers, AH & carl juarez, eds.) — fanzine — winner

2004:
number one fan face — winner

2004:
humorist — winner

2003:
Chunga (Randy Byers, AH & carl juarez, eds.) — fanzine — winner

1997:
fan writer — winner

1997:
Apparatchik (Victor Gonzalez, AH & carl juarez, eds.) — fanzine — winner

1995:
fan writer — winner

1995:
Apparatchik (Victor Gonzalez, AH & carl juarez, eds.) — fanzine — winner

1994:
fan writer — winner

1978:
fan editor — winner

1978:
Maya #14 — fanzine, single issue — winner

1977:
fan editor — winner

1977:
Maya #11 — fanzine, single issue — winner

1999:
new fanzine fan — winner

2016:
Chunga (Randy Byers, Andy Hooper & cj, eds.) — fanzine, genzine — winner (tie)

2013:
Chunga (Randy Byers, Andy Hooper & cj, eds.) — fanzine, genzine or collaboration — winner

2006:
Chunga (by Randy Byers, Andrew Hooper & cj) — fanzine — winner

2005:
fanzine design — winner

2005:
Chunga (Randy Byers, Andrew Hooper & cj, eds.) — fanzine — winner

2003:
Chunga (Randy Byers, Andrew Hooper & cj, eds.) — fanzine — winner

1997:
Apparatchik (Victor Gonzalez, Andrew Hooper & cj, eds.) — fanzine — winner

1995:
Apparatchik (Victor Gonzalez, Andrew Hooper & cj, eds.) — fanzine — winner

2008:
fan writer — winner

2008:
number one fan face — winner

1976:
Spanish Inquisition (JK & Suzanne Tompkins, eds.) — fanzine, single issue — winner

2012:
lifetime achievement — winner

2009:
eI — fanzine — winner

2016:
fan writer — winner

2011:
fan writer — winner

2000:
fan writer — winner

1998:
fan writer — winner

1980:
fan writer — winner

2002:
new fanzine fan — winner

2018:
letterhack — winner (tie)

2015:
Trap Door #31 — fanzine, single issue — winner

2014:
Harry Warner, Jr., Memorial Award for Best Fan Correspondent — winner

2014:
Trap Door #30 — fanzine, single issue — winner

2013:
Harry Warner, Jr., Memorial Award for Best Fan Correspondent — winner

2013:
Trap Door #29 — fanzine, single issue — winner

2012:
Harry Warner, Jr., Memorial Award for Best Fan Correspondent — winner

2011:
Harry Warner, Jr., Memorial Award for Best Fan Correspondent — winner

2011:
Trapdoor — fanzine — winner

2010:
Harry Warner, Jr., Memorial Award for Best Fan Correspondent — winner

2010:
number one fan face — winner

2008:
Harry Warner, Jr., Memorial Award for Best Fan Correspondent — winner

2006:
Harry Warner, Jr., Memorial Award for Best Fan Correspondent — winner

2004:
Trap Door — fanzine — winner

2001:
number one fan face — winner

2001:
letterhack — winner

2000:
number one fan face — winner

2000:
Trap Door — fanzine — winner

2001:
new fanzine fan — winner

2009:
new fanzine fan — winner (tie)

2013:
A Meara for Observers — fanzine, personal fanzine — winner

2012:
A Meara for Observers — fanzine, perzine or blog — winner

2018:
number one fan face — winner

2018:
Same Planet, Different World: Jacq Monahan's TAFF Report — fanzine, special publication — winner

2010:
new fan — winner

2014:
lifetime achievement — winner

2003:
letterhack — winner

2017:
number one fan face — winner

2018:
Beam (Nic Farey & UO, eds.) — fanzine — winner

2009:
letterhack — winner

2007:
Harry Warner, Jr., Memorial Award for Best Fan Correspondent — winner

2005:
Harry Warner, Jr., Memorial Award for Best Fan Correspondent — winner

2002:
letterhack — winner

2000:
letterhack — winner

2017:
Banana Wings (Claire Brialey & MP, eds.) — fanzine, genzine — winner

2015:
fan writer — winner

2015:
Banana Wings (MP & Claire Brialey, eds.) — fanzine, genzine — winner

2014:
Banana Wings (by MP & Claire Brialey) — fanzine, genzine — winner

2012:
number one fan face — winner

2012:
fan writer — winner

2012:
Banana Wings (by Claire Brialey & MP) — fanzine, genzine or collaboration — winner

2010:
Banana Wings (Claire Brialey & MP, eds.) — fanzine — winner

2007:
Banana Wings (Claire Brialey & MP, eds.) — fanzine — winner

1998:
new fanzine fan — winner

2000:
new fanzine fan — winner

1979:
fan writer — winner

1978:
fan writer — winner

1977:
fan writer — winner

2017:
letterhack — winner

2016:
letterhack — winner

2015:
Harry Warner, Jr., Memorial Award for Best Fan Correspondent — winner

2016:
number one fan face — winner

2016:
The Mota Reader — fanzine, special publication — winner

2013:
number one fan face — winner

2013:
fan artist — winner

2013:
Banana Wings #50 — fanzine cover — winner

2009:
fan artist — winner

2008:
fan artist — winner

2007:
fan artist — winner

1994:
fan artist — winner

1994:
BLAT! (DJS & Ted White, eds.) — fanzine — winner

2018:
letterhack — winner (tie)

2018:
fan artist — winner

2017:
fan artist or cartoonist — winner

2016:
fan artist or cartoonist — winner

2015:
number one fan face — winner

2015:
fan artist or cartoonist — winner

2014:
fan artist or cartoonist — winner

2012:
fan artist — winner

2011:
fan artist — winner

2010:
fan artist — winner

2006:
fan artist — winner

2005:
fan artist — winner

2004:
fan artist — winner

2003:
fan artist — winner

2001:
fan artist — winner

2001:
Idea — fanzine — winner

1998:
number one fan face — winner

1998:
Idea — fanzine — winner

2003:
new fanzine fan — winner

2009:
new fanzine fan — winner (tie)

1976:
Spanish Inquisition (Jerry Kaufman & ST, eds.) — fanzine, single issue — winner

1999:
letterhack — winner

1998:
letterhack — winner

1980:
loc writer — winner

1979:
loc writer — winner

2016:
Raucous Caucus #4 (by DW & Harry Bell) — fanzine cover — winner

2015:
Banana Wings #56 — fanzine cover — winner

2000:
fan artist — winner

1998:
fan artist — winner

1995:
fan artist — winner

2018:
Rubber Crab #8 — fanzine cover — winner

2015:
lifetime achievement — winner

2008:
Prolapse — fanzine — winner

2010:
lifetime achievement — winner

1999:
fan writer — winner

1994:
BLAT! (Dan Steffan & TW, eds.) — fanzine — winner

2011:
lifetime achievement — winner

2017:
The White Notebooks — fanzine, personal zine — winner

2004:
new fan — winner



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