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(August 7, 1931 – August 7, 2003)
An artist born in New Zealand and a founder (along with Frank Dodd) of the Auckland Science Fiction Club in 1952. In 1958 Hinge moved to the United States, initially to LA, and his work appeared in numerous fanzines as well as on the cover of Amazing Stories.
He was nominated for the 1973 Best Professional Artist Hugo. In 1984, he was an impromptu GoH at the New Zealand Natcon when he showed up unannounced and was recognized by the organizer Nigel Rowe.
While still in New Zealand, he published Fanzine Time with Monica Naughton.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1973 -- Best Professional Artist Hugo nominee
- 1978 -- Philcon_1978 Guest Artist
- 1984 -- Norcon II - Impromptu GOH
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