Jim Ratigan

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James “Jim” Ratigan, a London fan active in the 1950s and 1960s, was in charge of publicity for the 1952 London SF Con.

He was married to Dorothy Ratigan.

A note on the surname: contemporary fan publications used both 'Ratigan' and Rattigan'. Rob Hansen theorises that the former is correct as this is the name used on Dorothy's apazine Satan's Child and presumably she typed this herself. However, Eye #4 which was co-edited by Jim uses the name 'Rattigan'.

Fanzines and Apazines:

  • Eye [1954-55] (co-editor with others, #4 only)
  • 'Our 'Zine [1952] (one-shot, co-editor with others)



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