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(July 11, 1954 – January 23, 2017)
Sarah S. Prince was a fan and artist who was principally known as a fanzine fan, though she was a long-time member of NESFA and attended, worked on (and ran) conventions. She lived in Minneapolis, Columbus, Cincinnati and the Boston area before finally moving to the northern Adirondacks. She was active from the 1970s through her death.
Sarah was a member of the apas Intercourse, Minneapa, APA-NESFA and SFPA. She co-chaired Ditto 6 in 1993 with Bob Webber. She was a candidate for TAFF in 1999.
- Rag Weed Rag (for SFPA)
- Spoondrift (for SFPA)
- Spoonogram (for SFPA)
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