Guy Lillian

In 1969, Guy Lillian (Guy H. Lillian III) turned up in New Orleans fandom from Berkeley, CA where he had been a member of the Little Men fan group.

He served as editor of NOSFAn as well as joined SFPA. He has had a long history in many of the local groups and individually over the years including on the staff of NOLACon II, Halfacon 1975 chair, and editing Challenger a multi-Hugo nominated fanzine. He also edits The Zine Dump, and Spartacus and did two one-shot Worldcon trip reports, The Aboriginal Route, The Panoramic Route, and the The Escalated Route. With Rosie, he published The Antipodal Route, their DUFF trip report. He published Quinnzine, and the apazines Ubiquitous (for several apas and Aquiver in Queens for NYAPA.

He was nominated for the Best Fan Writer Hugo in 1988 and 1989 and for the Best Fanzine Hugo in 2000-2004.

Other Awards, Honors and GoHships:

Guy is married to Rose Marie Lillian.

Fannish legend states that the Guy Gardner, Green Lantern takes his first name from Guy Lillian.

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