R. Graeme Cameron
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Graeme Cameron is a Canadian fan. He was a member of TePe. He founded the Faned Awards and, in 2013, won two of them.
The first SF Book he purchased was "‘The Red Planet" by Russ Winterbotham. Other "firsts" include:
- First SF Convention: Triple Fan Fair, Toronto.
- First SF Convention Chaired: VCON 25.
- First SF Convention Program Book edited: VCON 36.
- First SF fanzine read: Spockanalia issue #2.
- First Fanzine edited: BCSFAzine issue #193.
- First SF Fanzine published: Entropy Blues issue #1.
- First SF Award received: Aurora Award.
He serves as archivist for the following organizations: British Columbia Science Fiction Association, West Coast Science Fiction Association, Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Association, Canadian Fanzine Fanac Awards Society, and VCON.
He was born in Barrie, Ontario, lived in Ottawa as a child and Toronto as a teenager, moved to Vancouver, BC, in 1968, and has lived in the Vancouver Area Lower Mainland Region ever since.
- Auroran Lights
- Beloved Binema
- Coruscating Conundrums
- Entropy Blues
- The Fanactical Fanactivist
- The Fantiquarian Chronicler
- The Frenetic Fanac Review
- Great Galloping Ghu!
- Obir Magazine
- The Pleasure of Ruins
- Space Cadet [1994–2014]
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1996 -- VCON 21
- 1997 -- CUFF
- 2013 -- Two Faned Awards
- 2017 -- VCON Relaxicon 41½
- Aurora Award
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