Brian Knapp Fanzine Collection
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Acquisition and Processing Information: This collection was donated by Brian Knapp, in cooperation with the Organization for Transformative Works, in September 2009. It was processed in September 2009.
Scope and Contents
The Knapp Fanzine Collection consists of numerous fanzines collected by Connecticut-based fan Brian Knapp. Most of the zines deal with the television show Star Trek (many dating from the earlier years of Trek fandom), but other media properties chronicled in the zines include, among others, Doctor Who and Star Wars.
In addition to the zines, the collection also has a few program books from various science fiction conventions.
For other fannish collections, many of which contain materials relating to the same media fandoms chronicled in this collection, please consult the Fandom-Related Collections subject page, at http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/sc/resources/FandomResources/.
Box Contents List
The Eye of Harmony #1 – 4 (1979-October 1980)
Time Log #5 (Fall 1982)
Who’s Doodlebug (1980)
Antares, vol. 5 #1, n.d.
Creative Computing, no issue # (May/June 1975)
Doesn’t This Office Just Scream For Accessories…. #1 (1980)
Hailing Frequency, vol. 4, no. 2 #8 (March 1979)
1985 #2 (February 1979)
Katherine Kurtz (Deryni)
The Deryni Archives #2 (July 1979)
The Lord of the Rings
The Plantir #1 (1978?)
Diverse Dimensions (May 1982)
The Green Dome #2 – 3 (March-July 1980)
Of Simes, Gens, Adepts, Kren… (1980)
Alpha Touch #1 (1979)
Alternate Universe #4, vols. 1-2 (1974-1975)
Archives #1 – 2 (Winter-Summer 1978)
Contact #2 – 3 (May 1976-March 1977)
Echoes of the Empire (1978)
Fanzine by Shuttlecraft [Audio Fanzine-Mpingo Press] (1978)
Future Wings (1978)
Future Wings Flypast (1979)
The Goddess Uhura (February 1976)
IDIC #6 (1978)
J.D.I.F.C (James Doohan International Fan Club) 1978 Annual, issues for January, August and October 1979 [Anna Hreha, ed.]
Kraith Collected #1 – 3 (Originally Printed 1972-1973)
Kraith Collected #4 – 6 (Originally Printed 1974-1980)
Kraith Creator’s Manual #1 (Originally Printed 1972, 2nd edition April 1975)
Masiform-D #6 – 7 (July 1977-July 1978)
Menagerie #12, #14 – 15 [boojums Press, pub.] (1977-May 1979)
NTM Collected #1 (1978)
The Prime Directive #1 (1975)
Quartet (January 1975)
R & R #6/7 (Spring 1978)
Rim of Starlight #2 (1978)
Sahaj Collected (Originally Printed December 1977, reprinted 1979)
Satire Trek Comicordance (February 1975)
Sing a Song of Trekkin’: A Fun-Filled Folio of 20 Trekker Filk Songs (1979)
Sol Plus #5 (July 1978)
Spockanalia #3 (3rd printing, October 1975), #5 (3rd printing, August 1976)
Star Base 10, vol. 2 #1 (1975?)
Star Trek Magazine #4 (1977?)
Stars, Dreams, and Fantasy (February 1979)
Threshold (January 1978)
Understanding Kraith , n.d.
The Jedi Journal #1 (May 1979)
Lasergram (National Star Wars Association) #1 – 9/10/11 (September 1977-May/June/July 1978)
Arisia ’03 [Boston: 2003]: Program Book
Boskone 24 [Boston: 1987]: Program Book
Creation ’79 [New York, NY: 1979): Pamphlet
I-CON 18 [Stony Brook, NY: 1999]: Program Book
Mini Trek Con 3 [New York, NY: 1977]: Program Book
Star Trek New York 1976 [New York, NY: 1976): Program Book