Bill Deutsch

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(February 15, ???? – )

Bill Deutsch, a New York fan active in the 1940s, attended the Denvention in 1941, where he appeared in the masquerade as Dr. Pinero from Robert A. Heinlein’s first short story, “Life-line” (Astounding, August 1939). He helped Julie Unger produce The FFF’s Illustrated Nycon Review, but there’s no indication that he attended the First Worldcon. He was present at Boskone II in 1942.

Bloomington News-Letter for February 1946 reported Deutsch at work on a fanzine called Uranus; we don’t know if it actually appeared.

Denvention Two’s 19checkup on Denvention I members listed him as “lost to fandom.”

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