(August 29, 1947 -- April 16, 2013)
A fan living in Tucson who was one of the founders of Corflu and part of the Corflu 1 committee. From the Pacific Northwest, she was part of Vancouver fandom, editor of BCSFAzine from August 1976 to September 1977 and treasurer of Westercon 30. She moved to the Bay Area and was involved in The Emperor Norton Science Fiction Hour, a fan-run half-hour public access TV show in San Francisco during the late 70s and early 80s, published Genre Plat, and Bunnies, Zucchinis, & Sweet Basil, and was a co-editor of Convention Girls' Digest.
Also involved: - Bunnies, Zucchinis & Sweet Basil - Lucy Huntzinger - Norfolk Howard People's Co-operative Press
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