(November 9, 1938 – September 1, 2021)
Carol Carr (née Newmark), a fan and pro, became active in fandom in New York in the early 1960s. She was a member of Lilapa and wrote for fanzines such as Innuendo, Lighthouse and Trap Door.
Professionally, she sold such sf stories as "You Think You've Got Troubles" (1969), "Inside" (1970), "Some are Born Cats" (1973, with Terry Carr), "Wally a Deux" (1973), and "Tooth Fairy" (1984, with Karen Haber).
She was married three times: First, briefly, to Jack Stuart; then to Terry Carr (his second marriage) from 1961 until his death in 1987; and then Robert Lichtman, from 2000 until her death.
Carol Carr: The Collected Writings
Her writing, including much fan writing, was published in 2014 by Ramble House in Carol Carr: The Collected Writings.
- Introduction by Karen Haber
- Fiction: "Look, You Think You've Got Troubles"
- Stuff: Part 1
- Fiction: "Inside"
- Stuff: Part 2
- Appreciations of Richard A. Lupoff, Avram Davidson, and Philip K. Dick
- Fiction: "Some are Born Cats"
- Stuff: Part 3
- Fiction: "Wally À Deux"
- Stuff: Part 4
- Fiction: "Tooth Fairy"
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