Sue Mason

Sue Mason is a British fan artist who has worked in fanzines, con-running and other works. She became part of fandom in 1982 and has worked many conventions.

She was the winner of the Trans-Atlantic Fan Fund in 2000, describing herself in her platform statement as "gamer, filker, costumer, dealer, apahack." She is a member of the Plokta Cabal. She edited The Old Grey Wassail Test and did the artwork for the Australia in 2010 Worldcon bid (see: How to Start a Worldcon Bid in 24 Hours or Less). She is a member of TWP and has been a judge for the Rotsler Award. Some of her work was collected by Alison Scott in No Moose Today, Thanks.

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