Derek Carter

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Derek Carter, a fan artist, was born in the U.K., attended Kingston College of Art in [[London], and then lived in Toronto, where he was an early member of OSFIC. He was active in the 1960sā€“80s.

His work appeared in many fanzines, and some of it has been collected in The Derek Carter Alphabet and And Lo God Made Rotsler for Duff.

He illustrated the SF comic Operation Missile in 1968, which was one of the first publications in the Canadian underground scene. He also published in the periodical Andromeda.

He now lives in California with his wife, fellow gafiate Lynn Parks-Carter.

Awards, Honors and GoHships:

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Also involved: - 1977 FAAn Awards - 1978 FAAn Awards - 1979 FAAn Awards - BeABohema - Energumen - File 770 Poll Results 1978 - Granfalloon - OSFiC - The Hag and the Hungry Goblin - Tomorrow And...

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Also- 1977 FAAn Awards - 1978 FAAn Awards - 1979 FAAn Awards