(April 26, 1938 – October 23, 2020)
Miriam “Miri” Dyches (born Norah Van Dyke; later Carr, Knight and Lloyd) began publishing in the 1950s. Her first fanzine had a different name each for issue (Mental Marshmallow, Moor Park, Syzygy, Uneven, and Q.E.D.) but were all published under the imprint of Goojie Publications.
A year or two later, she married Jerry Knight and, while living in Poughkeepsie, NY, published a FAPAzine, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Poughkeepsie, as Miriam Knight. They moved to Berkeley in April 1963.
She had one final name change, to Miriam Lloyd.
- 100% Whole Wheat  (with Robert Lichtman)
- A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Poughkeepsie  (for FAPA)
- Defenstration  (with Terry, for OMPA)
- Fanac [1960-64] (some issues, with Terry Carr)
- Klein Bottle [1959-60] (with Terry Carr)
- Mental Marshmallow 
- Moorpark 
- Ragnarok  (with Terry Carr for SAPS)
- Syzygy 
- Uneven 
- Q.E.D. 
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