(Did you mean a different Charlie Williams?)
(October 14, 1952 – September 3, 2021)
Charles Edward “Charlie” Williams, Jr., a fanartist from Knoxville, TN, was a member of the Knoxville Science-Fantasy Federation and contributed fan writing and fan art to numerous fanzines (especially Mimosa and Challenger) and conventions. He was a member of SAPS.
In the 1970s, he owned a comics store in Knoxville and taught cartoon illustration at the University of Tennessee.
- A Fan Typology -or- What I See on the Elevators (with Beth Lillian)
- Hard Knox (with Deb Hammer Johnson)
- I Got It at ASFICON (for SAPS)
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1981 -- Imagicon '81
- 1982 -- TM at MidSouthCon 2
- 1983 -- Con*Stellation II, Roc*Kon 8
- 1984 -- Southpaw Award for Best Humorist
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