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A [[fanzine fan]] and [[fan writer]] living in the [[Seattle]] area who discovered [[fandom]] in 1979. He was [[TAFF]] delegate in 2003 and belonged to the [[Apparatchik |Apparatchiki]] and ran [[Vanguard]] parties. He was on the [[Corflu 26]] [[committee]].
 
A [[fanzine fan]] and [[fan writer]] living in the [[Seattle]] area who discovered [[fandom]] in 1979. He was [[TAFF]] delegate in 2003 and belonged to the [[Apparatchik |Apparatchiki]] and ran [[Vanguard]] parties. He was on the [[Corflu 26]] [[committee]].
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* ''[[Alternative Pants]]''
 
* ''[[Alternative Pants]]''
 
* ''[[Binnacle]]'' (with [[Victor Gonzalez]] and [[Alison Freebairn]].)
 
* ''[[Binnacle]]'' (with [[Victor Gonzalez]] and [[Alison Freebairn]].)
* ''[[Chunga]]'' (with [[Andy Hooper]] and [[Carl Juarez]]).
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* ''[[Chunga]]'' (with [[Andy Hooper]] and [[Carl Juarez]].)  
 
* ''[[Conversions]]''
 
* ''[[Conversions]]''
 
* ''[[Slow Train to Immortality]]''
 
* ''[[Slow Train to Immortality]]''
 
* ''[[Travels with the Wild Child]]''
 
* ''[[Travels with the Wild Child]]''
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* ''[[Thy Life's a Miracle: Selected Fannish Writings of Randy Byers]]'', posthumous collection edited by Luke McGuff, 2019.
  
 
{{recognition}}
 
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* 2003 -- [[FAAn Award]] for Best Fan Writer and also Number 1 Fan Face, and also Best Fanzine ''[[Chunga]]'', [[TAFF]]
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* 2003 -- [[FAAn Award]] for Best Fan Writer and also Number 1 Fan Face, and also Best Fanzine ''[[Chunga]]'', [[2003 TAFF Race|TAFF]]
 
* 2005 -- [[FAAn Award]] for Best Fanzine ''[[Chunga]]''
 
* 2005 -- [[FAAn Award]] for Best Fanzine ''[[Chunga]]''
 
* 2006 -- [[FAAn Award]] for Best Fanzine ''[[Chunga]]''
 
* 2006 -- [[FAAn Award]] for Best Fanzine ''[[Chunga]]''
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* 2013 -- [[FAAn Award]] for Best Fanzine-Best Genzine or Collaboration ''[[Chunga]]''
 
* 2013 -- [[FAAn Award]] for Best Fanzine-Best Genzine or Collaboration ''[[Chunga]]''
 
* 2016 -- [[FAAn Award]] for Best [[Genzine]]
 
* 2016 -- [[FAAn Award]] for Best [[Genzine]]
* 2017 -- [[Corflu 34]]
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* 2017 -- [[Corflu 34]] GoH
  
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{{person | born=1969 | died=2017}}
 
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Revision as of 20:59, 28 February 2021

(19 September 1960 -- November 20, 2017)

A fanzine fan and fan writer living in the Seattle area who discovered fandom in 1979. He was TAFF delegate in 2003 and belonged to the Apparatchiki and ran Vanguard parties. He was on the Corflu 26 committee.

He won the 2007 Best Fanzine Hugo for Science Fiction Five-Yearly and was nominated for the 2005 Best Fanzine Hugo and the 2006 Best Fanzine Hugo for Chunga. He was OE of issue 26 of WOOF.

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Awards, Honors and GoHships:


Person Reasonator 19692017
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