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Fan Club

Fan mail for either David or Gillian can be sent to:

        c/o X-Files Production Office
        Building 10
        110-555 Brooks Bank Ave
        North Vancouver, B.C.
        Canada  V7J 3S5
An X-Files Fan Club has been created, for more information, send a self- addressed stamped envelope to:

        The X-Files Fan Club            (Canadian address)
        P.O. Box 3138                   c/o S. Bartle
        Nashua, NH  03061-3138          4404 Perry Street
                                        Vancouver, B.C.
                                        CANADA  V5N 3X5
Creation Entertainment is sponsoring The Official X Files Fan Club. For information contact them at 818 / 409-0960, or send a SASE to them at 411 N. Central Ave., #300, Glendale, CA 91203.

The fan-run X-Files Fan Club was formed with the sanction of 20th Century Fox and Ten Thirteen Productions in March 1994. A year's subscription is $20 ($30 Canadian). The fan club, a nonprofit organization, produces a newsletter/magazine containing news, interviews, pictures, episode guides, bibliographic information, more information on topics brought up in the show, and other items. Although net-fandom will be well represented (one section of the newsletter will be called "The Buzz from the Net"), the newsletter is targeted at general fandom.
Submissions are welcome! Electronic newsletter submissions may be sent to A postscript version of the fan club membership application may be ftp'd from; the file is pub/x-files/membership/
For more information, send a SASE to:
X Files Fan Club, P.O. Box 3138, Nashau, NH 03061-3138 or X Files Fan Club, c/o S. Bartle, 4404 Perry St., Vancouver, BC Canada V5N 3X5

There are two X Files fan clubs in Australia. <VE> One can be reached by writing to: The X Files Fan Club of Australia, P.O. Box 402, Niddrie Vic. 3042.
The other can be reached by writing to 11:21 -- the X-Files Fan Club of Australia, c/o Andrew Parkinson. Flat 2/10, Roseglen Street, Green Slopes, QLD 4120, Australia.

You can also read in the Sci-Fi Fan Club FAQ where you find Fan Clubs for the major TV-Series, including X-Files.


Deb Walsh ( or; 2 Spring Hill Terrace, Somerville, MA 02143) publishes a fanzine called _The Manifest_ which deals with various paranormal-oriented television shows, including _The X Files_. Issue #3 is currently available. E-mail or send a SASE for more information.

_Incident UXP_ is an _X Files_ fanzine being published by Debbie Roberts of Hangar X Publishing, 2419 N. Tejon St., Colorado Springs, CO 80907. Issue #2 is now available. A limited supplu of Issue #1 is still available. Send a SASE for more information.

OtherWhen Press is planning a crossover fanzine (characters meet characters from other media universes) called Crossfiles, which will include crossovers with the _X Files_ universe. Planned publication date is May 95. For information (send a SASE) or to reserve a copy ($5 and a SASE) write to OtherWhen Press, c/o Beth Bowles, 722 Brownstone Rd., Larimer, PA 15647

Mary Wardell is planning an _X Files_ fanzine called "Travels with Mulder." For more details and/or submission guidelines send an SASE to Prime Time Press, c/o Mary F. Wardell, 2104 SE 28th Place, Portland, OR 97214

Betsy Vera is planning an _X Files_ fanzine called "X-treme Possibilities." For more information or submissions guidelines, send a SASE to: Bentley Press, c/o Betsy Vera, P.O. Box 4356, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, or e-mail her at

"Impossible Dreams" is a Quantum Leap fanzine, but there is an X Files story in it. For more information, send a SASE to Lucy Green, MacWombat Press, 2500 Jackson-Keller #601, San Antonio, TX 78230.

"Of Dreams and Schemes" #9 has a long X Files/Highlander crossover. They are also looking for stories for future issues. For more information, send a SASE to Catherine Schlein, 6755 Union St., Arvada, CO 80004.

"Remote Control," a multi-fandom genzine, is looking for X Files submissions for issue 5, due out in May 1995. For more information, send a SASE to Kathy Agel, 9-11 Ayres Court, Bayonne, NJ, 07002-3510, or send e-mail to

"Layup," an adult fiction zine based on the characters portrayed by David Duchovny, is looking for submissions. Deadline is April 1, 1995. For more information, send a SASE to Debbie Roberts, Hangar X Publishing, P.O. Box 9653, Colorado Spring, CO 80932.

"Deus X Machina" is a planned X Files fanzine from Tara O'Shea. For information, send a SASE to Deus X Machina, c/o Tara O'Shea, 611 Lead Ave. SW, Apt. 911, Albuqueraue, NM 87102, or e-mail to

"Property of the FBI" is an X Files fanzine carrying fiction from For more information, send a SASE to Lucy Green, MacWombat Press, 2500 Jackson-Keller, Apt. 601, San Antonio, TX 78230. Issue #1 is available.

"The Skeptic and the Believer," an X Files fanzine, is looking for submissions. Issue 1 will debut at Eclecticon 95 in October of 1995. For more information, send a SASE to Kathryn Agel, 9-11 Ayres Court, Bayonne, NJ 07002-3510, or e-mail or

"Imagine That" is looking for X FIles contributions. For submission guidelines or zine information, send a SASE to Brenda M. Cunningham, Box 123, Assiniboia, Saskatchewan, CANADA S0H 0B0 (all zeros -- not letters).

"First Light" is a multimedia zine that reviews the latest episodes of science fiction oriented shows such as X Files every month, and occasionally prints X Files word games and other tidbits. For infomration send a SASE to First Light, 8782-E Allison Dr., Westminster, CO 80005-1680.

"X-Talk" is an X Files letterzine whose first issue premiered in September 1994. Issue #1 is $3 and a 4-issue subscription will run $10, checks payable to Marg Baskin. Letters may be typed or on disks (WordPerfect 6.0/5.1/5.0, WordStar 6.0/4.0/3.3, or ASCII, 3.5 in. or 5.25 high or low density); label disks as they will be returned with your issue. Address letters, inquiries (include a SASE), or suggestions to Anime House Press, c/o Marg Baskin and Heather Bruton, 28 Woolwich St. S., Kitchener, Ontario, CANADA N2K 1R9. (They are accessible via e-mail at marg@asd.raytheon.CA)

"Wrapped in Plastic" (a Twin Peaks fanzine) devoted a full issue to the X Files in August. The 40-page issue contained a complete episode guide with commentary and analysis, map of the U.S. showing where each episode took place, and an interview with Gillian Anderson. The first printing sold out, and a second printing was done. WIP #12 is available from: Win-Mill Productions, 1912 E. Timberview Lane, Arlington, TX 76014. Cost is $6 ($5 plus $1 postage).

Ola Mårtensson: Time-stamp: <2012-10-23 14:10:36 ola>