Guilford Gafia

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A writer's group in the early 70s that met at the home of Jay Haldeman in Guilford, Baltimore. They met for several days at a time 2-3 times each year.

The name was a play on the Milford Mafia and the fannish term gafia.

Members included his brother Joe Haldeman, Gardner Dozois, Thomas Monteleone, Bill Nabors, Jack Dann, George Alec Effinger, Ted White and sometimes Bob Thurston.

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