Jim Corrick

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(1945 --)

James A. Corrick is an American SF fan and bibliographer living in the Tucson, area. He is one of the founders (along with Carol De Priest) of TusCon, the Tuscon regional convention and ran TusCon I through TusCon IV, served on its committee and acted as toastmaster for many years (TusCon 6 through ??). He was one of the people responsible for the Iguanacon program.

He is the author of Double Your Pleasure: the ACE SF Double (Gryphon Books, New York, 1989). He writes children's books and young adult books.

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Person 1945—
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