Arnie Fenner

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Working name of American SF artist and editor Arnold Fenner. Along with his wife, Cathy Fenner, he is best known for the Spectrum series of art books. The Fenners also started Spectrum Live, an sf art convention.

He published the semiprozine Shayol with Pat Cadigan. The Nemedian Chronicles may have been his publishing house.

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Awards, Honors and GoHships: The Spectrum series of books has been nominated for numerous Hugos: the Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo in 1995, 1996, 1998 and Best Related Book Hugo in 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2009

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Also involved: - 1995 Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo - 1996 Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo - 1998 Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo - 1999 Best Related Book Hugo - 2000 Best Related Book Hugo - 2003 Best Related Book Hugo - 2004 Best Related Book Hugo - 2009 Best Related Book Hugo - Spectrum Award

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Also- 1995 Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo - 1996 Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo - 1998 Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo - 1999 Best Related Book Hugo - 2000 Best Related Book Hugo - 2003 Best Related Book Hugo - 2004 Best Related Book Hugo - 2009 Best Related Book Hugo Also- Spectrum Award