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Horvat, Martin M. (Mike)



Martin M. (Mike) Horvat is a printer and collector in Stayton, Oregon. For many years, his collecting focused on general circulation science fiction magazines and fanzines. Horvat founded the American Private Press Association and for a time in the 1980s edited South of the Moon, a catalog of publications of amateur press associations. As a result of this endeavor, and because Horvat himself was a prolific amateur publisher and apa contributor, he ended up collecting a vast archive of apazines as well.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

M. Horvat Genre Apazines Collection

Identifier: MsC0825

A collection of science fiction, fantasy, mystery and other genre apazines (publications similar to newsletters or fanzines, and published by fan groups called Amateur Press Associations, or apas).

Dates: 1943-2002

M. Horvat National Fantasy Fan Federation Collection

Identifier: MsC0886

Collection of materials from the National Fantasy Fan Federation (N3F), a major and venerable SF fannish organization. Materials include administrative documents, publications, and records from N3F subsidiary bodies.

Dates: 1942-2008

M. Horvat Science Fiction Convention Materials Collection

Identifier: MsC0884

Materials produced for or relating to numerous science fiction conventions, including progress reports, advertisements, newsletters, and assorted ephemera.

Dates: 1943-2000

M. Horvat Science Fiction Fanzines Collection

Identifier: MsC0791

A large collection, stretching across most of the 20th century, of science fiction fanzines.

Dates: 1925-2002

Additional filters:

Zines 2
Amateur journalism 1
American literature 1
Correspondence 1
English literature 1