E. G. Ducker

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E. G. 'Eddie' Ducker was a UK fan from Liverpool briefly active in the 1930s. He was a member of the Liverpool branch of the Science Fiction Association and at a meeting in November 1938 he won the science quiz 'with the phenomenal score of 39 out of 43' (Novae Terrae #28). Presumably this prodigious knowledge led to him being listed as 'Science Editor' and later 'Associate Editor' of Science-Fantasy Review for its first seven issues. He attended the Third British Convention in London in 1939.

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