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(August 4, 1932 –)
A New York and Boston fan active in the 1950s and '60s, Larry Stark published a variety of fanzines and apazines. He was one of the Balcony Insurgents and coined the term "Sercon Faanfiction".
He was a member of The Cult and OMPA. He was an early EC comics letterhack. He lived in the Ivory Birdbath in Cambridge, MA.
“Larry Stark was a good editor -- much better than I, then....” recalled Ted White in Science Fiction Five Yearly in 1976.
His Wikipedia entry describes his later career as a theater critic in Boston. He founded New England Theater Mirror; the current editors say he's still attending the theater. He was also one of the founders of Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE).
- A David English Sketchbook 
- The Cambridge Scene [1960s] (with Jean Young)
- Double Whammy  (for OMPA with Ted White, John Hitchcock, and John Magnus)
- Dreams from a Machine  (poetry)
- Garage Floor [late 50s] (with Jean Young)
- Stellar [1956-57] (with Ted White)
- Tra-La  (with Jean Young)
- Ye Boiffion Boy Birdwatchers Bugle-Blast  (with Lee Shaw, Jean Young, and Andy Young)
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