Brian Earl Brown

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(December 31, 1949 – )

Brian Earl Brown. Photo by Gil Gaier.

Brian Earl Brown (aka BeB), a fan living in Detroit, has been active since the 1970s, when he was from Mishawaka, Indiana.

His fanzines were known for their often bad mimeography and the distinctive square font of his typer. He was at one time possibly the single most active letterhack in the lettercols of various Marvel Comics titles.

He was OE of the Pulp Era Amateur Press Society, MiSHAP, and REHUPA and was a member of the Wayne Third Foundation for which he edited some issues of Seldon's Plan. He ran the two last Ditto conventions. He was a member of the Detroit in '85 NASFiC bid and FAPA.

He is the publisher of Beb Books, inexpensive, limited-run chapbooks reprinting classic pulp stories, including classic SF stories. He’s married to fellow fan and W3Fer Denice Brown; they have a daughter, Sarah.

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