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These are fan club associations, whose web pages include links to their member clubs, as well as a few individual clubs.

Last revised: January 15, 2008.

BASFA
Bay Area Science Fiction Association. San Francisco.
http://www.basfa.org/

BULLSHEET
Australian science fiction newsletter and info sheet.
http://members.optushome.com.au/aussfbull/

F.A.C.T.
The Fandom Association of Central Texas, Inc. is a non-profit, educational organization dedicated to the promotion of science fiction, fantasy, and speculative fiction, which sponsors many activities.
http://www.fact.org

DASFA
Denver Area Science Fiction Association founded in 1968, is a group of science fiction and fantasy fans that has conducted meetings and fannish events continuously over the past 30 years.
http://www.dasfa.org/

The European Science Fiction Society
Local clubs, conventions, more, all over Europe.
http://www.esfs.info/

Fandom Directory
On-line directory of fans and fan clubs who have asked to be listed.
http://www.fandata.com/

Fandom Polski
Information on and links to Polish clubs, conventions, and so forth.
http://fandom.art.pl/

Galicyjska Gildia Fanˇw Fantastyki
About and for fans of Polish SF.
http://www.ggff.rpg.pl/

Harry
Honest, "Harry" is the club's name. And it has a theme song. Someday the website may include the early history (1977 through 1986). Canton, Ohio.
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/mdcarey/harry.htm

Indian Science Fiction and Fantasy
Stories, forum, and more.
http://www.indianscifi.com/

LASFS
Los Angeles Science Fiction Society. The world's oldest continuously-active science-fiction and fantasy club; founded in 1934.
http://www.lasfs.info

NESFA
New England Science Fiction Association, Inc. Centered in Boston, Massachusetts.
http://www.nesfa.org/

New National Space Society
National organization of citizens who want to GO! Information and news that can help.
http://www.nss.org/

Northwest Science Fiction Resources
An organization of clubs active in the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia.
http://sfnorthwest.org/

Prydonians of Prynceton
A media fan club, founded in 1984 in New Jersey.
http://www.prydonians.org/

Russkaya Fantastika
Lots of information on Russian science fiction and fantasy.
http://www.rusf.ru

San Diego Fandom
Clubs and conventions in California.
http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Lair/7813/SDfandom.html

Science Fiction South Africa
South African club. Library, short story competition, magazine. Near Johannesburg.
http://www.sfsa.org.za/

SF-Fan.de
About and for fans of German SF.
http://www.sf-fan.de/





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