Silesian Fantasy Club

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Silesian Fantasy Club (or Silesian Science-Fiction Club, Polish: Śląski Klub Fantastyki, ŚKF) is the oldest science fiction and fantasy fandom club in Silesia, Poland. Founded in 1981 in Katowice, it has been the organizer of Polcon, largest of Polish science-fiction conventions, five times (1986, 1988, 1997, 2001 and 2010), the 2010 also being Eurocon, and yearly organizes the Seminarium Literackie con, as well as anime&manga Asucon. It also has its own award, the Śląkfa (awarded since 1984). It has over 200 members, several publications, and a library. Notable members include Piotr W. Cholewa, translator of English literature, and Jakub Ćwiek and Anna Kańtoch, writers. It is a Public Benefit Organization as defined by Polish law.

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