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(Are you looking for the 1940s fan and poet Bill Warren from Kansas or Seattle-based artist William Warren?)
(April 26, 1943 – October 8, 2016)
SF historian and author William Bond Warren was known primarily for his two-volume survey of 1950s SF cinema, Keep Watching the Skies! The first volume was published by McFarland & Company in 1982. Volume 2 followed in 1986. A "21st Century Edition" came out in 2016.
He edited 15 issues of Bill Rotsler's fanzine Masque, and, with Allan Rothstein, wrote the recursive SF murder mystery Fandom Is a Way of Death (1984).
Born in Oregon, he lived in Los Angeles and joined LASFS in 1966. He was married to Beverly Warren.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1969 -- Fanquet in his honor
- 1973 -- Evans Freehafer Trophy
- 1979 -- Sampo Award
- 1983 -- VCON 11
- 1984 -- Loscon Eleven
- 1991 -- MisCon 6
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