Edie Stern

Edie is a well-known SF club, con and zine fan — past chair of SFSFS, head of the 1992 Worldcon program division, co-editor of the SFSFS Shuttle, Happy Birthday LeeH!, Tails of Fandom, and Shadow of a Fan. She is also a collector of SF and fantasy art and has helped create many special art exhibits and Boskone as well as at World Fantasy Convention 2014. She is married to Joe Siclari.

She chaired or co-chaired Tropicon VII, Smofcon 18, FanHistoricon 10 and co-organized the Traveling Fete. She was part of the Orlando in 1992 bid. She co-founded the Coral Springs Science Fiction League Social Drinking Society.

Edie also has over 150 patents to her name. Her professional honors include the Kate Gleason Award, presented during ASME’s 2012 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition.

In February of 2016 Edie took over as the Webmaster of the FANAC Fan History Project website which was founded in 1997 by Jack Weaver at the suggestion of Joe and Edie.

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