Francis T. Laney

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fanarchistic adj. 1944 F. T. Laney in Fan-Dango #7 (Winter) 9 I am particularly struck with your underlying attitude that all these projects must be sponsored by the NFFF or some similar organization in order to be successful. Now I realise that my own personal fanarchistic attitude may perhaps be coloring my views, but I honestly cannot see the utility of the NFFF in such a connection.
fuggheaded adj. 1949 F. T. Laney in Spacewarp (#31) Oct. 3 (subheading) Fluent, Fairly Fuggheaded Flippancies.
mundane adj. 1 1945 F. T. Laney Weird and Fantasy Prozines in Fan (#4) Sep. 4 At the present time, professional mediums for the publication of weird or fantasy fiction are virtually non-existent. An occasional piece of this nature crops up in mundane magazines as Argosy, Blue Book, Speed Detective, Speed Adventure, Jungle Stories, etc.; to say nothing of the steady dribble of fantasy in the slicks, children’s magazines, and the like.