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Officially, FOSFAX is the clubzine of FOSFA, the Falls of the Ohio Science Fiction and Fantasy Association, but it has long been mostly an independent fanzine.

Years Editor Issues Notes
Nov 18, 1973 — 1979 Bob Roehm 19 issues Nearly all of the issues were in 1973 - 1975
June 1979 Shelby Bush III 20 monthly issues Two issues were numbered 32. Last issue was #51.
Mar 1982 - Jan 1984 Keith Asay 23 issues, ending with #74
Mar-Aug 1984 Keith Chike 5 one-sheet issues Temporary editor - issues were not numbered.
Summer 1984 Bruce Gardner 26 monthly issues Issues were again numbered starting at issue #95
Joseph Major 4 issues Major was "first among equals" of editorial committee.
Jan 1987 Timothy Lane Under Lane's editorship, FOSFAX has grown to a 70- to 100-page bi-monthly fanzine
Oct 1988 Timothy Lane and Janice L. Moore Starting with issue #132
Jan 1993 Timothy Lane and Elizabeth Garrott Starting with issue #163

FOSFAX was nominated for the Best Fanzine Hugo seven times, in 1988-1993 and 1996.

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