Nicki Lynch

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(December 9, 1952 – )

Nicki Lynch at Midwestcon 57, 2006.
Photo by Joel Zakem.

Nicki Lynch is a long-time SF fan living in the Baltiwash area. She and her husband, Rich Lynch, edited Mimosa (1982–2003), a popular fanzine with a fanhistory theme.

The couple, collectively nicknamed The Lynchii, formerly lived in Chattanooga, TN, where they edited Chat (1977–81). They published A Mimosa Fanthology and A Mimosa Fanthology Part 2. They edited the NorthAmeriCon Nebula (the convention newsletter of the 1979 NASFiC, NorthAmeriCon).

Nicki has been a member of WSFA and the Southern Fandom Confederation and used to be a member of Chattanooga Science Fiction Association. She has been a member of SAPS (former OE), SFPA and Myriad (Galactic Hitch Hiker).

She enjoys quilting.

Fanzines and Apazines:

Awards, Honors and GoHships:

Nicki and Dick Lynch with their first Hugo Award at Magicon, 1992. Photo by Roger Weddall.

Mimosa won six Best Fanzine Hugos (in 1992–94, 1997–98 and 2003) and was nominated a total of 14 times (1991–2004).

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