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A [[Nashville]]-area [[fan]] who also wrote several [[sf]] novels.  He was involved in the foundation of [[Dianetics]] and, along with [[Tony Chapdelaine]] and [[George Hay]], published two volumes of the [[John W. Campbell Letters]], one of which was nominated for the [[1986 Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo]].  Chapdelaine stopped published science fiction after he developed rheumatoid arthritis and began working for the Arthritis Trust of America, where he published as Anthony di Fabio.
 
A [[Nashville]]-area [[fan]] who also wrote several [[sf]] novels.  He was involved in the foundation of [[Dianetics]] and, along with [[Tony Chapdelaine]] and [[George Hay]], published two volumes of the [[John W. Campbell Letters]], one of which was nominated for the [[1986 Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo]].  Chapdelaine stopped published science fiction after he developed rheumatoid arthritis and began working for the Arthritis Trust of America, where he published as Anthony di Fabio.

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(February 6, 1925 -- November 24, 2015)

A Nashville-area fan who also wrote several sf novels. He was involved in the foundation of Dianetics and, along with Tony Chapdelaine and George Hay, published two volumes of the John W. Campbell Letters, one of which was nominated for the 1986 Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo. Chapdelaine stopped published science fiction after he developed rheumatoid arthritis and began working for the Arthritis Trust of America, where he published as Anthony di Fabio.


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