John Trimble

Nicknamed Bjohn and husband of Bjo Trimble, John has helped her in almost all of her SF activities, including Project Art Show.

He was FGoH at ConJose, the 2002 Worldcon.

He is a member of SRPL, LASFS (and has served in offices), ISL, The Petards, the N3F, and the SCA. He chaired Westercon 23 and co-chaired Westercon 18. He helped found the Trans Oceanic Fan Fund, was a member of the PanPacificon Worldcon bid, and lived in the Fan Hilton. He worked on Equicon, chairing one.

He was nominated for the 1961 Best Fanzine Hugo, and the 1963 Best Fanzine Hugo.

He co-founded the LASFS clubzine, De Profundis and was one of the editors of Shangri-L'Affaires. He also edited To the Stars.

He published Procrastinator for OMPA and A Fanzine for FAPA, Amblesnyde & Tiddleycover R. R. Gazette, Amis, Melange, //The Newhon Review, Shipside, and Where Are All the Red Hot Shutter Bugs? for FAPA.

Other publications (some as co-editor) include The Caid Newsletter, Equal Time, Green and Golden Gryphon, Last of a Series Loyal Opposition, Psychopath, Slime, Space Write Now!, Where No Fan Has Gone Before.

Bruce Pelz published A Fanzine for Bjohn in his honor when he married Bjo.

Other Awards, Honors and GoHships:

He won the E. E. Evans/Paul Frehafer Award in 1961.