Geri Sullivan

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(July 21, 1954 – )

Geri Sullivan is a Minneapolis fan now living in Central Massachusetts (one of Minneapolis's more distant suburbs). Active in the Minn-stf where she was both President and on the Board), conventions, and fanzines: "mostly, I like to throw parties." Post-supporting chair of the Minneapolis in '73 Worldcon bid since 1984. She got involved in fandom in 1979 by meeting Emma Bull at a mundane party and talking for six hours. She lived in Toad Hall.

With co-editors Lee Hoffman and Randy Byers, she won the 2007 Best Fanzine Hugo for Science-Fiction Five-Yearly.

She has been on many committees, included a dozen or more Minicons (chairing Minicon 35) and Boskones, many Worldcons, ReinCONation 2-6, Not-A-ReinCONation, D-cons and Not-A-D-Cons, Corflu 6, 1993 World Fantasy Convention. She chaired Smofcon 25 and was a Rotsler Award judge 1998-2003.


Special projects include: Minn-stf Historical Party, Wimpy Zone Fan Fund, Mystery Fan Fund, Harris Fund. For MidAmeriCon II, she created the Video Archaeology Project to recover and digitize videos made 40 years before at MidAmeriCon.

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