Thursday, June 13, 2013

AFF 1985 shirt

If you're interested in owning a piece of Atlanta Fantasy Fair history, Mouse Trap Vintage has a T-shirt from the 1985 AFF on sale at their Etsy shop!


Is that Susan Barrows?  I think that's Susan Barrows.

4 comments:

Dwight Clark said...

Yep that is Susan, I miss those days. What a great show!

Rev. Susie the Floozie said...

Yes, it is me, and it's nice to be remembered. I did the layout and design and also painted all that scenery, too. The shot was taken at a goofy golf place in Smyrna, and I had to coverup the concrete walkways, overhead power lines, and scruffy pine trees. I still have one of the posters, and the funny thing is that I just got around to framing it, 30 years after the fact.

Got Slack said...

Susan! I remember you in your awesome Phoenix costume. I also had one of your posters that you signed for me from AFF; can't remember which year, but it was the one where you were wearing one of the AFF t-shirts that was cut up and tied. Also remember seeing you sometimes at the Cup & Chaucer back when I worked at Oxfords.
Glad to see I'm not the only one who remembers the AFF fondly...

Rev. Susie the Floozie said...

Ha! Good name, Got Slack. Thanks for remembering me so fondly. I'm a SubGenius now. I've been Reverend Susie the Floozie, doing my own radio show at WREKfm in Atlanta since 1994--"Bob"'s SlackTime Funhouse. A site called radio4all[dot]net has hundreds of shows under "B" on the series button. It's like therapy for me because I can read soundwaves. But I can't tell people apart because I'm faceblind. The whole time I was at the AFF, I was absolutely terrified. The only way I could mastermy fear was to play a role, and Susan Barrows was it. Funny, huh?