Mimosa 18 title illo by Ray Allard
from Rich and Nicki Lynch, P.O. Box 3120, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20885, U.S.A.
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Farewell, Bob, we'll miss you...

Mimosa is a fanzine very much devoted to the preservation of the history of science fiction fandom. The non-electronic version of this 18th issue was published in May 1996, and is available for four dollars (U.S. currency or equivalent), which includes the cost of postage (please add $3 if you have a non-North America address). Non-electronic copies of most back issues are available; please write us for more info on price and availability. This entire issue is ©1996 by Nicki and Richard Lynch, with individual rights reverting back to contributors after this one-time use. 'Worldcon' and 'Hugo Award' are service marks of the World Science Fiction Society. All opinions and versions of events expressed by contributors are their own.

illustration by Sheryl Birkhead

CONTENTS PAGES
Cover: Port of Origin  by Ian Gunn   1
Opening Comments: Lost in the Sixties  by Richard Lynch   3-4
Art School  by Steve Stiles   5-7
Sci-Fi Days  by Fred Lerner   8-10
Raised in the Roaring Twenties  by Dave Kyle 11-14
Some of My Best Friends Are Pros  by Kev McVeigh 15-17
Artists Credits 17
A Small Skirmish on the Borders of Mundania  by Vincent Clarke 18-19
Chat cartoon  by Teddy Harvia 19
I Remember Me  by Walt Willis 20-21
Through Time and Space with Forry Ackerman (Part 3)  by Forrest J Ackerman 22-24
Born That Way  by Roxanne Smith-Graham 25-28
Tales of Adventure and Medical Life (Part 13)  by Sharon Farber 29-31
The Men Who Claimed the Moon  by Les Cole 32-34
The Hand That Time Forgot  by Richard Brandt 35-38
Mimosa Letters 39-49
Closing Comments: Dear Diary [A Month in Transition]  by Nicki Lynch 50-51

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