Miriam Carr

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(April 26, 1938 – October 23, 2020)

Miriam “Miri” Dyches (born Norah Van Dyke; later Carr, Knight and Lloyd) began publishing in the 1950s. Her first fanzine had a different name each for issue (Mental Marshmallow, Moor Park, Syzygy, Uneven, and Q.E.D.) but were all published under the imprint of Goojie Publications.

Born in California, she married Terry Carr in January 1959. As Miriam Carr co-edited Klein Bottle with Terry Carr. In 1960, she replaced Ron Ellik as his co-editor of Fanac.

A year or two later, she married Jerry Knight and, while living in Poughkeepsie, NY, published a FAPAzine, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Poughkeepsie, as Miriam Knight. They moved to Berkeley in April 1963.

She had one final name change, to Miriam Lloyd.

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