'Mimosa 22' illo by Sheryl Birkhead
from Rich and Nicki Lynch, P.O. Box 3120, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20885, U.S.A.
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Mimosa is a fanzine very much devoted to the preservation of the history of science fiction fandom. The non-electronic version of this 22nd issue was published in June 1998 and is ©1998 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

Cover: Suspension of Belief  by Teddy Harvia & Peggy Ranson 1
Opening Comments: Six Degrees of Walter A. Willis  by Richard Lynch 3
Caravan to the Stars  by Dave Kyle 4-8
Worldcon Memories (Part 1)  by Mike Resnick 9-13
How Michelle Went to San Antonio, Attended the Hugo Ceremony, and Found God  by Richard Brandt 14-17
From Rags to Off the Rack  by Lowell Cunningham 18-20
Never Work with Children and Animals  by Ian Gunn 21-22
I Remember Me  by Walt Willis 23-24
When the Sky Was the Limit  by Ron Bennett 25-27
The Legendary Slan Shack  by Dal Coger 28-30
Chat cartoon  by Teddy Harvia 30
10-70 Structure  by Curt Phillips 31-35
Through Time and Space with Forry Ackerman (Part 7)  by Forrest J Ackerman 36-38
Save the Last Masque for Me  by Greg Benford 39-40
Mimosa Letters 41-49
Closing Comments: Connectivity  by Nicki Lynch 50-51
Back Cover: Belief in Winter  by Peggy Ranson and Teddy Harvia 52

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