(1923 – November 19, 1999)
Arthur William Saha was a former SF editor and past president of First Fandom and the NY Science Fiction Society (the Lunarians). He had a long and ardent interest in SF as a collector, fan, and editor. He was father of Heidi Saha.
In the late 50s, he lived in the Nunnery and Riverside Dive. He chaired a number of Lunacons and was involved in Metrocon 1. He was a member of Vanguard, the Second Futurian Society of New York and the NY in '86 bid committee. With Al Schuster he was co-chair of the NYCon 4 Bid in 1970.
He is credited with coining the word "Trekkies."
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
Also involved: - Bill Donaho - First Fandom Hall of Fame - Futurians - Lunacon 17 - Lunacon 22 - Metrocon I - WSFS, Inc. - Wilcon
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