The Rochester  Fantasy  Fans  promote the understanding and appreciation of science fiction, fantasy, horror and other forms of speculative fiction as found in  books, magazines, film, television, music and comics.
We are a multi-genre*  science fiction club, 
formed  in 1979.



The  Club:

        We are a social group of people who have interest in all the above versions of fandom, and many more.   You can come to one of our meetings   and find people having discussions on the last shuttle flight, along with what happened on Babylon 5 or Buffy this week. 
       Many of  us grew up reading science fiction and fantasy books. Watching with anticipation every space shot. Watching every science fiction show that came on television. 
        That is why we were founded, to give our love for the  field  a  place    where  others who felt the same way could gather and share with each other. 

What does  multi-genre mean? It means that we are  a group of people who like science  fiction  in its broadest forms. We  cross  the  lines that separate  the hard science fiction  fan  from the fantasy fan or  the  star trek  fan, the  horror  fan from  the comic  book collector, the wargamer  from  the anime fan,  and the filker from the  space  activist. 



This year at FC3 (Flower City Comicon) we will be running a track of science fiction and fantasy programming.

Our GoH is Robert J Sawyer. He has his 24th book, "The Oppenheimer Alternative" launching that week.

Come out and listen to all the panelists and Rob as we discuss everything from writing SF to Comics!!



We were formed   to bring about  the appreciation of science  fiction  in all its   many  faces  as  a  true literary  artform.


The  Website:
NEWS  &  Notices
Astron  Magazine  - 
Monthly  newsletter  restarted  after  20  years.
Meeting  schedule
Reality  Fast  Forward
Weekly  RFF-TV  show
Astron  Magazine
Monthly  Newsletter
past,  present,  &  future 
open  forum
Panels  &  programming
URcon  memorial
Con  Photos
Over  250  fanish  links
-updated  monthly
Year  at  a  glance 
Convention  Calendar
Souveneres  &  freebys
from  local  fanish  events
 Newcomers Guide to Local Fandom


and more
(see  chart  below)







Astronomicon  13
Oct. 29-31  2021
Reality  Fast Forward
Past  Astronomicons Astron
Monthly  Newsletter

Con  Photos
boringLegalstuff A  Universe
of  Fannish  Links
Having abandoned 
my search for truth, 
I'm now looking 
for a good fantasy
& goodies
is a crutch
for people who can't face
Science Fiction


General site update  Jan.  2020
Links page updated  monthly
other pages updated as needed


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