Good for you for compiling this list. ...of course I've written articles for progress reports and convention program books, which is also fanwriting.
And may be worth collecting as well. As you know, one day I woke up and realized that over 20 years or so, I had written quite a few program-book biographical essays
for various cons. If you think your writings might have interest beyond the weekend of a con, put 'em online.
But look at me-- lecturing you
about preserving fan history!
Hey, it's been ten years since I started fanwriting and I only just now started making and keeping a list. I think I deserve a little lecturing. :)
I'm also pulling notable posts from this blog, which is at least seven years old. Today I've been compiling posts from my work as liaison to Neil Gaiman at various events, which brought my attention to a Penguicon convention report in Emerald City that I'd missed/forgotten in my earlier review. The file wasn't even in my folder labeled "Anne's Articles" in the Emerald City folder on my hard drive. (I just fixed that, and added it to the list above.)