Suzanne Tompkins

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(May 5, 1950 – )

SF fan Suzanne V. Tompkins (also known, mononymously, as Suzle) has been active in fandom since discovering it 1967 when she attended NyCon3. She lives in Seattle and has been quite active in both fanzine fandom and conrunning fandom.

She is a Rotsler Award judge.

She was nominated for the 1977 Best Fanzine Hugo (for The Spanish Inquisition) and the 1991 Best Fanzine Hugo (for Mainstream) and has also published Littlebrook (all three co-edited with her husband, Jerry Kaufman).

Con Committees: Potlatches in Seattle, Corflu 5 (1988), Corflatch (Corflu 17, 2000). Co-Chair: Potlatch 19 (2010).

She was one of the Founding Mothers of WPSFA (Pittsburgh) and was a member of the Omnivores.

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