Southern Fandom Confederation

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Southern Fandom Confederation
Abbreviation SFC
Formation 1970
Founder Meade H. Frierson, III
Type Non-profit
Purpose Southern U.S. fandom
Region served
Southern United States
Official language
English
President
Jennifer Liang
Vice President
M. Lee Rogers
Secretary
Tom Feller
Treasurer
G. Patrick Molloy
Website www.southernfandom.com

The Southern Fandom Confederation is an association of science fiction fans who reside in or who have other associations with the Southern United States This unincorporated not-for-profit organization is often associated with the DeepSouthCon, and indeed holds their annual business meeting there. There is, however, no direct link from the SFC to the DSC—that is, neither organization in any way controls the other.

The SFC was founded in 1970 and Meade H. Frierson, III served as the first president. The current and tenth president is Jennifer Liang, who succeeded Warren Buff at DeepSouthCon 51.[1] The SFC serves as a clearing house of information regarding southeastern fan clubs, conventions, mailing lists, and other items of regional interest.

SFC honors winners of the Phoenix (which is awarded to a science fiction professional editor, author, or artist with connections to the South) and the Rebel Award (which is awarded to a like-placed fan) with lifetime SFC memberships.[2] The winners of those awards are selected by the convention committee of that year's DeepSouthCon.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Silver, Steven H (April 21, 2013). "Southern Fandom Confederation Elections". SF Site. Retrieved December 3, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Southern Fandom Confederation Awards". Science Fiction Awards Watch. January 13, 2008. Retrieved December 3, 2013. 
  3. ^ "History Of The DeepSouthCon". Southern Fandom Resource Guide. Retrieved December 3, 2013. 

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