Chris Boyce

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(1944 – 1999)

Chris Boyce was a Glasgow SF and spaceflight fan, working as a librarian at the Glasgow Herald. He ran the Glasgow SF Circle in the 1970s, and was a frequent guest at Glasgow conventions, including InVention, often running First Contact scenarios. He wrote two SF novels, Catchworld and Brainfix, and was a stalwart of the Scottish spaceflight group ASTRA. He founded small press Dog and Bone Press.

Person 19441999
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