John D. Berry

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John D. Berry is a Seattle fanzine fan. His first contact with fandom was in the 1960s. He was a founder of PenSFA and one of the founding members of the Vanguard party in Seattle. He was formerly a member of the Fanoclasts and of FAPA.

Along with Loren MacGregor, he edited and published the Pacific Northwest Review of Books in the late 70s. He was one of the editors of The Gafiate's Intelligencer and of Void #29. He wrote the Club House column of fanzine reviews in Amazing from 1969-1972. He designed The Roots of Fantasy: Myth, Folklore & Archetype, the souvenir book for the 15th World Fantasy Convention in Seattle.

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