With his high-school friend, Joe Walter, he was the co-founder and later sole editor of the 21-issue fanzine Knights (which for its first 12 issues was known as Knights of the Paper Space Ship, aka KPSS), and he was editor of the five-issue perzine Michael. He also published Ozone (a six-page one-shot, August 1974); Pooped Sheet (a one-page one-shot, August 1974); Mutated Mumblings (a one-page one-shot, October 1974); and, as Patrick Myers, This Things Doesn't Have A Name Yet, Got Any Ideas? (a two-page one-shot, November 1974).
He wrote short fiction for several semi-prozines while active in fandom, and he made his professional fiction debut in November 1978. He is the author of several books and more than 1,200 short stories in various genres, notably mysteries.
- Knights of the Paper Space Ship
- Michael [1975-79]
- Mutated Mumblings [October 1974]
- Ozone [August 1974]
- Pooped Sheet [August 1974]
- This Things Doesn't Have A Name Yet, Got Any Ideas? (as Patrick Myers) [November 1974]
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