(?? -- February 15, 1968)
A fan (also known as LeeJ) who was living in LA at the time of his death at a chess memento sponsored by The Blackguards. He had been active since the late 40s. He was a member of LASFS and previously a very active member of WSFA (one of the Elders). In the 50s he had shared the slanshack Telekinetic Terrace with Ed Cox and for a time owned the Iron Maiden.
He had been a member and President of FAPA (the "Drunken President of FAPA" due to his succumbing to Golden Treachery). He was a member of the FATE Tape. (His alcoholic adventures are also referred to under "Nuclear Fizz" where he is credited with the invention of Silping.) He was a member of The Cult, SFPA, and of SAPS, where he wrote and published the famous Ballard Chronicles. He also scripted "Redd Boggs - Superfan" and "The Musquite Kid Rides Again."
- Ballard Chronicles (for SAPS)
- Bilgewarp (with Dick Eney, and H. Warren Felkel)
- Half-Baked Articles
- Normandie Notes
- Orgasm (some issues)
- The Thought of the Outside (with Lon Atkins)
Also involved: - Bill Rotsler - Bruce Pelz - Howard Miller - Joan W. Carr - Lee Hoffman - Slan Shack - Stobcler - TAPS - Washington Science Fiction Association - Wrai Ballard
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