He has been an active member of fandom since 1961, when he co-founded the Birmingham Science Fiction Group and was an editor of the Brum Group News. He chaired Novacon 5.From 1964 to 1966, he served as editor for the British Science Fiction Association's magazine Vector. He also started the British Science Fiction Association's fiction fanzines Tangent and Tangent. He also published Land of Laughs. He was on the committee for Eastercon '77, Brumcon II, and Eastercon 22. He ran for TAFF in 1982 and was one of the creators (and judges) of the Ken McIntyre Award.
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