(1929 — 2016)
An LA-area fan active in conrunning, clubs and fanzines. He was on the committee for Pacificon, the 1946 Worldcon and worked on numerous conventions since then. Member of LASFS and has served as an officer. He was honored with the club's annual Fanquet in 1950. He edited several issues of Shangri L'Affaires, was a contributor to Science Fiction Times and to Riverside Quarterly. He was awarded the 1952 LASFS Writer of the Year Award and regularly attended the Tom & Terri Pinckard Science Fiction Salon.
His first published SF story, "Twilight Planet," appeared in F&SF in 1951.
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