Linda Bushyager

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(September 8, 1947 – )

Ron and Linda Bushyager at Chicon 7 in 2012. Photo by Mark Olson.

Linda Bushyager (née Eyster) is a longtime Philadelphia fan now living in Las Vegas. She is known for publishing the genzine Granfalloon (1968–76) and the newszine Karass (1974–78). She was one of the founders of the Carnegie Mellon SF Club and then was one of the Founding Mothers of WPSFA in the ’60s.

She is currently a member of Snaffu and was part of the Corflu 4 committee. Along with Linda Lounsbury, she revised Bob Tucker's Neo Fan's Guide in the mid-’70s. She edited the MidAmeriCon newsletter, Bullsheet and the fanzine Duprass.

She’s also a pro, author of several sf novels. Linda is married to Ron Bushyager.

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