(July 20, 1949 –)
In 1969, California native Guy H. Lillian III turned up in New Orleans fandom from Berkeley, CA, where he had been a member of the Little Men club. He has been married to fellow fan Rose-Marie Lillian (née Green) since 2001; they live in Merritt Island, Florida.
With Rose-Marie, he won DUFF in 2003 and published The Antipodal Route, their DUFF trip report.
He served as editor of NOSFAn as well as joined SFPA (of which he served as OE). He has had a long history in many of the local groups and individually over the years including on the staff of NOLAcon II, Halfacon 1975 chair, and editor of Challenger, a multi-Hugo-nominated fanzine. He has been a member of FAPA, NYAPA, SFPA, and Myriad.
Fannish legend states that the Guy Gardner, Green Lantern, takes his first name from Guy Lillian.
In mundane life, he was a lawyer, for many years a public defender in Louisiana. Since moving to Florida, he has been an adjunct instructor of English at Eastern Florida State College.
- 19th Nervous Breakdown [early 70s]
- The Aboriginal Route
- The Antipodal Route (a DUFF trip report with Rosy Lillian)
- Aquiver in Queens (for NYAPA)
- Challenger (a multi-Hugo nominated fanzine)
- Egoboo Story (for SFPA)
- The Escalated Route
- The Fantastic Route (for SFPA)
- French 1/4 Frug [1970s] (for NYAPA)
- Harlan's Side 
- Lon: A Tribute (for SFPA)
- Oscar & Me (for SFPA)
- The Panoramic Route
- Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys!  (with Don Markstein)
- Rebel Yells (for the Southern Fandom Confederation)
- The Reinhardt Roast (for SFPA with Alan Hutchinson)
- A Silly Millimeter Longer  (with others)
- Spiritus Mundi for SFPA
- Spiritus Tuesday (for Myriad)
- Ubiquitous (for several apas)
- Vainomoinen  (For FAPA)
- The Zine Dump
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1981 -- Satyricon II
- 1983 -- DeepSouthCon 21
- 1984 -- Rebel Award
- 1987 -- Rubble Award
- 1988 -- Roc*Kon, Best Fan Writer Hugo nominee
- 1989 -- Best Fan Writer Hugo nominee
- 2000-4 Best Fanzine Hugo nominee
- 2003 -- Con*Stellation XXII, DUFF
- 2008 -- Concave 29
- 2012 -- Archon 36
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