Steve Stiles

(b. 1943)

An American fan artist and fan writer living in the Baltiwash area. He makes his living as a freelance illustrator. His first cartoon for a fanzine appeared in Cry of the Nameless. He was a member of BSFA (and edited some issues of BSFAN), and of the Fanoclasts and was involved in the Subway Incident. He married fellow fan Elaine Mandel in 1981. He was TAFF winner in 1968, published TAFF Progress Report (with Thomas Schluck), TAFF Terror Tales, and published Harrison Country, his trip report, in 2006.

He published the fanzine The Iconoclastic Quarterly in the 60s, the fapazines Omaha and SAM, as well as Tonight's the Night to Go to the Movies for APA-F. He published Wake Up Stupid with Calvin Demmon for Shadow. Other fanzines include Killjoy, Notebook, Skiffle, Skosh, Stallions Across the Pacific, Star Wagon, Tearaw Tales. He is also a member of Apassembly.

He was nominated for the Best Fan Artist Hugo in 1967, 1968, 2003-2008, 2010-2011 and 2013.

He is a perennial nominee and frequent winner of the FAAN Award for Best Fan Artist. Winning the FAAN Award in: 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2011, 2014. And also the
FAAN Awards, Harry Warner, Jr., Memorial Award for Best Fan Correspondent: 2012

Awards, Honors and GoHships:

His website: http://www.stevestiles.com/index.html


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