Leslie J. Johnson

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Leslie Joseph β€œLes” Johnson was an early Liverpool fan. He attended the 1937 Leeds Convention and spoke at the Second British Convention, two of the very earliest SF conventions.

He was a founder of the British Interplanetary Society, its first Hon. Secretary and later its treasurer, editor of the bulletin and the journal and a vice president. In 1934, he proposed to run a Liverpool chapter of the SFL.

He also wrote fiction, including collaborating with fellow fan of the time, Eric Frank Russell, on the SF story, "Seeker of Tomorrow," published in Astounding in 1937.

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