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(December 16, 1956 – June 29, 2021)
  
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'''Al Bouchard''' (aka '''Ajl Bouchard''' and '''Alexander Jonathan Lee Bouchard''') was a [[Detroit]] [[con fan|con]] and [[fanzine fan]]. His [[publishing house]] was '''AlexanderPress''', and he [[published]] the [[fanzine]] ''[[scopus:3007]]'' with his wife, [[Megan Jean Bouchard]].
  
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He wrote at [[eFanzines]]: “I began [[pub|pubbing my ish]] in 1991 because of a contest at [[Hardwired ConFusion]], for a [[one-shot]] [[zine]], the winner of said contest would be published in ''[[Lan's Lantern]]''. I entered. I won. I was doomed.”
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He died in a car wreck.
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*''[[Lightning Round]]'' [2003–2020]
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*''[[Scopus:3007]]'' [1990s–2002]
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Latest revision as of 19:41, 30 June 2021

(December 16, 1956 – June 29, 2021)

Al Bouchard (aka Ajl Bouchard and Alexander Jonathan Lee Bouchard) was a Detroit con and fanzine fan. His publishing house was AlexanderPress, and he published the fanzine scopus:3007 with his wife, Megan Jean Bouchard.

He wrote at eFanzines: “I began pubbing my ish in 1991 because of a contest at Hardwired ConFusion, for a one-shot zine, the winner of said contest would be published in Lan's Lantern. I entered. I won. I was doomed.”

He died in a car wreck.

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Person Reasonator 19562021
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