Dave Van Arnam
(July 31, 1935 – August 3, 2003)
He was a member of the Fanoclasts and was involved in the Subway Incident. He published First Draft and Jargon, was co-publisher of S. F. Weekly, and helped found APA-F. An apahack, he was also in APA-L and The Cult and OE of Shadow FAPA.
Van Arnam began publishing science fiction with the novelization of Lost in Space in 1957 and went on to write a number of additional novels in the ’60s. He co-authored novels with Ted White under the joint pseudonym of Ron Archer.
He married Cindy Heap on April 1, 1967.
- Approximate Draft (for APA-F)
- Calculated Risk (for APA-F)
- First Annish (for APA-F)
- First Draft [1964-] (for APA-F)
- First Fistfa (for APA-F)
- First Oneshot (for APA-F)
- Jargon [1960s]
- The Jug of Doubtful Joy (for APA-F)
- MaLAise [1960s] (for APA-F)
- The Reader's Guide to Barsoom and Amtor  (with Richard Lupoff)
- Safrise (for APA-F)
- S. F. Weekly [1966-68] (with Andrew Porter)
- Spirit of (for APA-F)
- Three Artists (for APA-F)
- Top Waitinglister (for APA-F)
- Vote for a Modern Constitution (for APA-F)
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