W. Paul Ganley

A fan living in Upstate New York. He found fandom in the Buffalo Fantasy league and the ISFCC in 1950.

In the early 50s he published the fanzines Fan-Fare, Snowflakes in the Sun, and was a co-editor of Cataclysm.

In the 70s, he became a major force in the Weird small press world, publishing Eerie Country, Amanita Brandy, Fantasy Mongers, Weirdbook, the Weirdbook Sampler and Weirdbook Encores.

He was GoH at the World Fantasy Convention 2003


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