(1950 -- November 14, 2001)
He was editor of the fanzine Mota (which received a nomination for the 1979 Best Fanzine Hugo) and collector. He was the 1979 TAFF winner. Shortly before his death, Hughes endowed a science fiction collection at the Windsor (MO) Public Library. He was Assistant Editor of Science-Fiction Five-Yearly in 1976 and at the time of his death he was working with Jeff Schalles and Geri Sullivan as editor of Science-Fiction Five-Yearly #11. He also published a FAPAzine, Seeds & Stems.
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|Person||Search: Fanac, Fan, Pro, SFE, Wikipedia, Reasonator 1950—2001|
|Also involved with: 1978 FAAn Awards - FAPA - File 770 Poll Results 1978 - Spanish Inquisition - The Deportation Papers - Tyne Capsule|
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