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Revision as of 16:39, 30 June 2020

(1939 -- August 12, 2004)

Graham joined the Golden Gate Futurians and the Little Men about 1950 before moving to New York in 1960 (where he was a member of the Fanoclasts) and gafiating around 1964. He was a high school friend of Terry Carr's. His first con was Westercon 3. He helped to produce the Incompleat Burbee. He was a member of The Cult.

He is credited with coining the phrase "the golden age of science fiction is 13" (which was later changed to 12.)

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A Syracuse University news release (IA) after Peter Graham's death summarized his later career as a librarian and library director and his social activism.


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