Hank Luttrell

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(July 31, 1948 – )

Dan Steffan, left, and Hank Luttrell, mid-1970s. Photo by Avedon Carol.

Hank Luttrell is a Madison, WI, fan and huckster. He runs a bookstore, 20th Century Books, in Madison, where he’s lived since the 1970s. He was a founder of WisCon, co-chaired WisCon 6 and has run its huckster room for many years.

He found fandom in St. Louis, MO, where he was a member of the Ozark Science Fiction Association and met his former wife, fellow fan Lesleigh Couch Luttrell. While in college in Columbia, MO, they founded the Missouri SF Association. Hank was FGoH of Archon 3 in 1979. He was one of the editors of the OSFA clubzines Sirruish and Osfan. With Lesleigh Luttrell, he edited Starling which was nominated for the 1975 Best Fanzine Hugo. He was a member of APA 45 and N'APA.

He has been married to Debra Daemmrich since 1988.

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