Simon Ounsley

One of the eight UK fans who founded Interzone Magazine and later co-edited four of the Interzone anthologies.

He was nominated for the 1987 Best Fan Writer Hugo. He also won the 1993 and 1995 Nova Award for Best Fan Writer. He published the fanzines Connection, Lagoon (which won a Nova Award in 1993), Meep, Platypus, Standing in the Shadows, Still It Moves, and Still Life. He ran for TAFF in 1986.

For Interzone, he was nominated for the 1986 Best Semiprozine Hugo and the 1988 Best Semiprozine Hugo.


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