The Bulletin of the NFFF (Bonfire) was the original official organ of the N3F. The name derives from the initialism of the full title to "BNFFF." The first issue followed the club's formation in June 1941. The publication was renamed, The National Fantasy Fan (TNFF) in 1945 by Jack Speer.

An illustrated article by Jon D. Swartz on the first issue of Bonfire (June, 1941) was published in The National Fantasy Fan for March, 2011 (Vol. 70, No. 1).


1941 Harry Warner, Jr., Bob Studley, Art Widner
1942 Harry Jenkins, E. E. Evans
1943 No issues due to World War II
1944 Walter Dunkelbrger, E. E. Evans, Art Widner

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