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Yalow is a computer programmer, currently freelancing after leaving the City University of New York, where he worked for about 20 years. He coined the phrase "Wimpy Zone". He was a member of the NY in '86 bid committee.
He has been involved in SF fandom for about 45 years, been to more than 600 cons, and worked on about a third of them. He has been a member of numerous Worldcon bids and has worked on many of them since the mid-1970s.
He is a member of clubs in a number of cities, including NESFA (Boston), OSFCI (Portland, OR), FACT (Austin, TX), and SCIFI (Los Angeles). He is also a member of MCFI (Boston), which ran the Worldcon in 2004. He is a Fellow of NESFA.
He has edited four books (three still in print) for NESFA Press.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1983 -- Windycon X
- 1986 -- Fellow of NESFA
- 1987 -- OryCon '87
- 1990 -- Condiego (NASFiC), Loscon 17
- 1993 -- Rubble Award
- 2015 -- Big Heart Award
- 2017 -- FenCon XIV
- 2021 -- Discon III
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