David Hulan

(b. December 18, 1936)

David G. Hulan is a fan who was born and grew up in Alabama and who worked in Huntsville at the Redstone Arsenal through the early 60s and who moved to the LA-area sometime in 1964-65. He was married to Katya Hulan.

He chaired the first DeepSouthCon (and hosted it in his home — there were only five other people there) in 1963. He was a member of the N3F, SFG, and ISFCC. He was the US administrator for Operation Andy Capp. He was one of the founding members of SFPA.

Once in LA, along with Ed Cox, he founded the APA Stobcler in 1965. He chaired Westercon 25 in 1972. He was responsible for starting the Ellik-Jacobs Memorial Wine & Cheese Party in 1968. He was a member of The Petards and an early and active member of the Mythopoeic Society.

Fanzines include Auslander (with Ed Cox), Campaign Trail (for SFPA), Early English, Fenris, Iscariot (with Al Andrews for SFPA), Loki (for SFPA, SAPS, and FAPA at various times), The High Aesthetic Line (for SFPA), The Mything Link, Niflheim (for SAPS), Pelf (with Dave Locke), Sudri, Utgard (for SFPA) and Why Bother? (for FAPA). He edited Tightbeam. He was a member of Apanage.

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