(1933 – November 23, 2002)
He published the fanzines BEM (1954-1959) (with Tom White), Fringe, and Rot (1955-1963), revived briefly in 1984. He also wrote for other fanzines, including Hyphen and Cry. He attended many British conventions during the 50s.
In the 1950s, he had a story accepted for publication in a woman's pulp magazine.
- Amor 
- Ascent of Next to Nothing  (one-shot for OMPA)
- BEM (1954-1959) (with Tom White)
- Dupe [1954-59] (for OMPA)
- Fringe [1958-63] (included in FAPA)
- I Dreamt I Crept in Marble Crypts  (one-shot for FAPA)
- The Hasty Stopgap  (one-shot for FAPA)
- The Last Fans in Town  (one-shot for FAPA)
- My First Real Convention  (one-shot for OMPA)
- Rot (1955-1963, revived briefly in 1984)
- Running, Jumping, and Standing Still Fanzine  (one-shot for OMPA)
- Yrautibo  (one-shot for OMPA and FAPA)
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