Arlan K. Andrews, Sr.
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(July 16, 1940 -- )
A fan ever since reading Heinlein's Red Planet in 1950, and a pro since his first sales to Omni and Asimov's in 1979, Dr. Andrews has since published over 500 SF stories, articles, columns, poems, and novelty items in more than 100 venues worldwide.
These venues include Analog, SF Review, SF Age, Fantasy Book, Pulphouse, anthologies (Nanodreams, How to Save the World), UFO Magazine, the New Scientist, Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Atlantis Rising, and others.
Now retired and writing full-time, he has stated: "Science fiction is my way of life."
- Pulsar! [1980s]
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1987 -- ConTact 5
- 1988 -- ConTact 6
- 1989 -- Rivercon XIV
- 1991 -- Bubonicon 23
- 2015 -- InConJunction XXXV
- 2019 -- LibertyCon 32
- 1980s-90s -- Toastmaster at many InConJunctions
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