He was on the Corflu 9 committee and worked mostly as staff at many other conventions. In 1961, he produced Halfanthol, a copy of which resides in the Paskow Science Fiction Collection of the Temple University Libraries. He helped produce some issues of Ron Ellik's Starspinkle.
When he still traveled to cons, Don was known for packing his suitcase with chocolate and other delectables that he generously donated to room parties. As he became increasingly deaf, however, he has limited his in-person contact with fans. He has worn a prosthetic nose since surgery to remove a cancerous tumor.
He began apahacking about 1959, and many of his apazines featured the running title, From Sunday to Saturday. APAs of which he was a member at one time or another include: FAPA, SAPS, TAPS, The Cult, N'APA, OMPA, APA-X, APA-50, ANZAPA, The Secret Garden, Minneapa, DADA-APA and APA-L. Lee Gold records that Don brought a hectograph to collations in APA-L's early years, for running off last-minute contributions and the ToC.
- From Sunday to Saturday (in many APAs)
- Left Bower
- There Must Be a Horse in Here Somewhere (for N'APA)
- Wondering and Wandering
|Also involved with: 1998 FAAn Awards - 2003 FAAn Awards - APA-F - Best Lines|
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