Rob Jackson

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Rob Jackson is a British fanzine fan and convention fan who has worked on numerous UK conventions frequently doing publications-related jobs. He helped set up Silicon and was a member of OUSFG, and NESFiG (North East Science Fiction Group). He is one of the administrators of Corflu Fifty, chaired Corflu Cobalt, and will be chairing Corflu 38 in 2021.

He was a member of the Britain in '79 Worldcon bid and edited Frontier Crossings for Conspiracy '87.

He was nominated for the 1978 Best Fanzine Hugo and the 1979 Best Fanzine Hugo for Maya coming in second both times.

He had a fanzine review column in Matrix in 1979-81 and in 1980 he published The Complete BoSh, a collection of Bob Shaw's fan writing. In 2015 he edited and introduced Tyne Capsule, a fanthology by and about Gannetfandom.

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Also involved: - 1976 FAAn Awards - 1977 FAAn Awards - 1978 FAAn Awards - 1979 FAAn Awards - 1980 FAAn Awards - Ansible Editions - Bellissimo: the Harry Bell Fan Art Anthology - Channelcon - Checkpoint Fan Poll - Contact (Smith) - Corflu 27 - Corflu 32 - FAAn Awards - File 770 Poll Results 1978 - Inca Press - Leroy Kettle - Oxford University Speculative Fiction Group - Spanish Inquisition - Speculation (Weston) - Spirits of Things Past - The Glass Bushel - Tynecon 74

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Also- 1976 FAAn Awards - 1977 FAAn Awards - 1978 FAAn Awards - 1979 FAAn Awards - 1980 FAAn Awards Also- Checkpoint Fan Poll - FAAn Awards