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(February 3, 1936 – February 1, 2019)
George Locke was a fan, writer, one-time pharmacist, antiquarian bookseller, and bibliographer living in the UK. (Some sources give his birth date as February 9th.) He began publishing SF with "The Human Seed" for Authentic Science Fiction in October, 1957. Under the name Gordon Walters, he published a number of SF stories in the 1960s. He was on the RePetercon committee and with John Berry was one of the organizers of IPSO.
He also published bibliographic works for SF collectors, including Science Fiction First Editions (1978).
Entry in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction.
- Deadwood [1964-66]
- The East Fanglian Times
- Eye Tracks  (for OMPA)
- Lockjaw 
- Prose of Kilimanjaro [1961-62]
- Search & Research
- Smoke [1959-63] (for OMPA)
- Topee or Not Topee  (for OMPA)
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