Thomas S. Gardner
(July 31, 1908 – November 11, 1963)
He also wrote for early fanzines such as Fantasy Magazine, New Fandom, Fantasy-News, Spaceways, Cosmic Tales and Fantasy Commentator. He attended Nycon 1, the first Worldcon in 1939, and was on the Philcon program.
He was a member of New Fandom (and was one of their delegates to the 1938 Philadelphia Conference), the ISA, the Queens SFL, NAPA, the Hydra Club, and ESFA, serving as a Director for a time. He wrote for The Science Fiction Yearbook 1958 Edition. He was also responsible for the Science-Fiction Tests. He was SFL Member #357.
- Early short biography in Who's Who in Fandom 1940, p. 6.
- Lengthy obituary by Sam Moskowitz in the December 1963 issue of Science Fiction Times.
- Entry in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction.
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