Don Miller

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(Did you mean the Las Vegas Don Miller?)

(???? – June 1982)

Donald L. Miller was a fan who lived in Wheaton, MD, in the Washington, DC, area and was active in local fandom and in the N3F.

While a member of WSFA, he published Series One of The WSFA Journal with 87 issues ending in 1974. He also published nearly 200 issues of the newszine Son of the WSFA Journal. In the mid–late ’70s, he left WSFA — there was a feud of some sort. He began publishing The SF&F Journal, which was effectively a continuation of The WSFA Journal under a new name.

In the late 1970s, he founded the Potomac River Science Fiction Society for which he published The Potomac River Science Fiction Society Newsletter.

For the N3F, he served as Chairman of the Directorate, was active in its Games Bureau, edited The National Fantasy Fan and Tightbeam and received its Kaymar Award in 1969. He was interested in postal Diplomacy and Fairy Chess and published numerous gaming-related zines.

He also published Kendell Foster Crossen: A Bibliography.

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