A Libertarian SF APA. Was founded by Samuel Edward Konkin III who was its regular contributor, but he never was its Overall Editor (OE). "By the way, I've avoided OEship not only to get out of the work, but also because I am strongly identified with a "purist" strain of radical libertarianism which is anathema to many more conservative ones who might otherwise wish to participate." (See Clear Ether! Vol. 3 No. 11.)

First three OEs were Ken Cregg, Victor Koman, and Charles Curley.

Frefanzine was meant to be as open and as broad as possible from the very beginning: "Frefanzine is intended to be an agora on information for libertarian-inclined SF fen. Definitions of libertarian and science fiction are taken at their broadest. I hope to see the "letting down of hair" that has evolved in other APAs such as LASFAPA and MinneAPA, which has resulted in mutual support and reinforcement. I consider this a worthwhile state (*sorry*) of affairs, in which I myself wish to exist." (Op. cit., emphasis original)

The first disty of Frefanzine was collated and distributed on NASFiC 1 and there was a tradition of collating Frefanzine on almost every con Konkin and his anarchofriends attended.

Usually contained a lot of fannish and faanish materials, as well as some libertarian debates in comments (what else can be expected from a bunch of libertarians in one APA?) and the number of contributors always was relatively small but it all really varied from year to year.

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