W. Paul Ganley
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(April 1, 1934 – )
W. Paul Ganley an Upstate New York fan and small press publisher, was a member of the ISFCC and found local fandom in the Buffalo Fantasy League in 1950. He was a member of the Niagara Falls in '98 Worldcon bid,
In the early ’50s, he published the fanzines Fan-Fare, Snowflakes in the Sun, and was a co-editor of Cataclysm. He contributed to other fanzines, sometimes as Toby Duane, Arthur Griffin or Walter Quednau. He attended Midwestcon.
In the ’70s, he became a major force in the Weird small press world, publishing Eerie Country, Amanita Brandy, Fantasy Mongers, Weirdbook, the Weirdbook Sampler and Weirdbook Encores.
- Brief autobiography, Vega 5 (December 1952, p. 3).
- Fannish memoir, 2012.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1997 -- Contradiction 17
- 1999 -- NecronomiCon, 4th Edition
- 2003 -- World Fantasy Convention 2003
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