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(March 25, 1942 –)
Jacqueline Lichtenberg, born in NYC, is a pro SF writer and fan. She has published several works of SF, including Operation High Time for Worlds of If in 1969. Many of her stories, including several of her novels, deal with cross-species relationships. Her most popular novels are in her Sime/Gen and Molt Brothers series.
The Jacqueline Lichtenberg Appreciation Society was a spoof fan club of her work.
- Entry in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction.
- Member Spotlight interview in June 2010 National Fantasy Fan.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1974 -- 1974 Best Fan Writer Hugo nominee
- 1979 -- Future Party '79
- 1981 -- Earthcon I
- 1982 -- Earthcon II
- 1983 -- Earthcon 3
- 1986 -- Earthcon VI
- 1984 -- Esotericon
- 2001 -- Franson Award, Kaymar Award
- 2008 -- Neffy Award for Fan of the Year
- 2012 -- N3F Life Member
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