(Did you mean the Canadian Mike Ward?)
(January 24, 1945 – )
Mike Ward is a Bay Area fan. He went to MIT where he was a member of MITSFS, BoSFS, NESFA (of which he was a founding member) and the Boston in '67 bid committee. He promoted Damon Knight's Project Boskone, and worked on the MITSFS Index. He was one of the founders of PenSFA and of the Technology Amateur Press Association.
- “Boston in the '60s” video with Tony Lewis, Leslie Turek and Mike Ward, moderated by Mark Olson: Part 1, Part 2.
- Fanac Less Than Infinity [1960s] (for N'APA)
- Fried Hat Review [late 60s]
- Infinite Fanac [late 60s]
- The MITSFS Mitigator  for (Technology Amateur Press Association)
- Oof [late 60s]
- Pretentious Science Fiction Quarterly [1978-81]
- Twilight Zine  (edited some issues)
- Winnie (some issues)
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