(December 28, 1946 – )
During the 1970s, she became best known as a fan artist, and her distinctive illustrations have appeared in and on the covers of such fanzines as Opuntia, The Slan of Baker Street, Empties, Ash-Wing, Diversifier, and It Goes on the Shelf and many, many others. She won the Kaymar Award in 1975. With Joanne Burger, she published Yesterdays and Tomorrow.
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