British fan and fan artist, who found fandom in 1965, learning about it from John Barfoot, a fan who was a co-worker of his at the Department of Health and Social Security in Newcastle. His first convention was Yarcon, the 1966 Eastercon. He became known as one of fandom's top artists.
His first fanzine contribution was a cover for Barfoot's fanzine, Bumblie that was part of a PADS apa mailing in 1965. His first fanzine was Grimwab, also an apazine for PADS. He also published More Beans with Ian Williams.
- The Grimling Bosch
- Grimwab (for PADS)
- More Beans (with Ian Williams
- Out of the Blue
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1972 -- Checkpoint Fan Poll for Best Fan Artist
- 1977 -- FAAn Award for Best Fan Artist -- Humor
- 1979 -- Best Fan Artist Hugo (nominee)
|Also involved with: 1978 FAAn Awards - I'm Off to Seacon - North East Science Fiction Group - Of Such Are Legends Made - Rotsler Award - Science-Fiction Five-Yearly - Seacon '79 - Spanish Inquisition - Twll-Ddu - Tyne Capsule|
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