Donald B. Thompson
(January 25, 1904 – November 7, 1979)
Donald Burton Thompson, a fan who lived in Louisiana during the early 1940s, was active beginning in the 1930s as a prozine letterhack, and published the FAPAzine Phanny (later Phanteur). He was often referred to in fandom as D. B. Thompson, under which sobriquet he sold a story, “Eccentric Orbit,” to the March 1941 Astounding.
He eventually moved to Nebraska.
- Founding Member article in the November 2018 issue of The National Fantasy Fan, p. 6.
- Bibliography at ISFDB.
- Donald B. Thompson at FindaGrave.
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