The Wheels of IF (IF=Irish Fandom) were ghiants. They were not just important locally, but in the U.S. as well. They influenced and interacted with fans all over the world. They inspired the creating of fan funds. Fandom rotated on the Belfast/Savannah Axis. They published focal point fanzines like Hyphen and Quandry. They created legends like the Fort Mudge Steam Calliope & Locomotive Company and Proxyboo Ltd. We’re starting with issues of the Walt Willis fanzines Hyphen, Peace on Sol III, and Slant. There will be Goons, Glass Bushels and Random AToms. This index will link you to notable fanzines and one-shots published by Irish fandom.
To view Irish Publications issue that is available on-line, please click on its Issue column.
Issues that have been added in the last 30 days or so will be listed in bold font.
|The Enchanted Duplicator||Walt Willis / Bob Shaw||February||1954||text version, date is the original publication|
|The Goon Goes West||John Berry||1961||177|
|Peace on Sol III||Walt Willis|
|Quandry||Lee Hoffman||Lee was the Savannah end of the Belfast/Savannah Axis|
|Pamphrey||Walt Willis||done for FAPA|
|Pot Pourri||John Berry|
|This Goon For Hire (promo)||John Berry||1956||2||scan by Joe Siclari|
|This Goon For Hire||John Berry||1956||18||Illustrated by Arthur Thomson, scan by Joe Siclari|
|The Thomson Saga||John Berry||1957||22|
|Toto||Walt Willis||reprint zine|
|The Willis Papers||George W. Fields / Ted Johnstone||1961||illustrated by ATom|
|Woz||Walt Willis||done for OMPA|
Scans by Joe Siclari
Updated July 12, 2018. If you have a comment or question about these Web pages please send a note to the Fanac Webmaster. Thank you.