Anyone who has much knowledge of the science fiction field knows the name of Frederik Pohl. He's been a fan, an agent, an editor, and a writer since before World War II, although not necessarily all at the same time. This past year he won his seventh Hugo. Back in the 70s several members of the Futurians, the famous (some would say infamous) fan organization, wrote memoirs. Fred's was called The Way the Future Was. Well, that book has been out of print for quite some time. But in recent years Fred has taken to blogging, with a blog aptly titled The Way the Future Blogs. He's been more active than usual of late, with some reminiscences of Judith Merrill posted over the last few days. If you have any interest in the history of science fiction, especially written by someone who not only was there but helped shape much of it, this is one of the blogs you ought to be reading.