Ken Keller

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Ken Keller is a Kansas City, MO con-running fan who first found fandom in 1963. He was a co-founder of the Kansas City Science Fiction & Fantasy Society in 1971 and has served as a director. He chaired (and was toastmaster of Mid-America Con in 1972 and chaired BYOB-Con 3 in 1973. He also chaired a number of KC regionals in the early and mid 70s.

He chaired the successful KC in '76 bid and the resulting MidAmeriCon, the 1976 Worldcon.

He was co-editor of the fanzines Trumpet, and Nickelodeon.

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Also involved: - Kwintus Kublius - MidAmerica-Con 2 - Tim Kirk - Tom Reamy

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