Cynthia Goldstone

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(April 15, 1922 – 2012)

Cynthia Goldstone (born Cynthia Jane Howarth), a San Francisco fan artist, drew for fanzines and displayed her work at convention art shows in the 1960s, where she won numerous prizes.

She collaborated with Avram Davidson on an sf story, “Pebble in Time,” published in F&SF (August 1970).

She was married to fellow fan and artist Lou Goldstone in 1951 in San Francisco. In 1957, they moved to Phoenix. By 1963, they were living in the San Francisco area where Cynthia was participating in Artists' Cooperatives.

Arizona Republic: Stones Are Her Canvas (January 1958) by Arthur Louis Joquel II

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