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Jeanne Gomoll discovered fandom in 1974 in Madison, WI.
She was one of the creators of the feminist fanzine Janus and of WisCon (she chaired WisCon 20 and WisCon 30 as well as Corflu 10). She was a member of SF3 and served as President. She has been a judge for the Tiptree Award for many years. She won TAFF in 1987 and was TAFF administrator through 1989 and published Taffiles.
Other fanzines included Janus, What Spare Time?!, Cube, Six Shooter, Whimsey, Sisters, and Jgtaff. She was a member of the Women's APA, Cascade Regional Apa, ANZAPA, Turbo-Charged Party Animal Apa, and Intercourse.
Professionally, she is a graphic designer
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1978 -- Best Fanzine Hugo and Best Fan Artist Hugo nominee
- 1979 -- ArmadilloCon 1, Best Fanzine Hugo nominee
- 1980 -- Best Fanzine Hugo and Best Fan Artist Hugo nominee
- 1992 -- Best Non-Fiction Book Hugo nominee
- 1979 -- ArmadilloCon 1, FAAn Award for Best Fan Editor
- 1980 -- AutoClave 4, Aquacon I, FAAn Award for Best Fan Editor
- 1987 -- TAFF winner
- 1989 -- Corflu 6
- 1992 -- ReinCONation 2
- 2000 -- WisCon 24
- 2011 -- Apollocon 2011, Thomas D. Clareson Award
- 2014 -- Loncon 3
- 2017 -- Rotsler Award
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