William R. Warren, Jr.
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(Not to be confused with Los Angeles fan and film critic Bill Warren or 1940s fan and poet Bill Warren.)
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William R. “Bill” Warren, Jr., is a Seattle-area professional artist, who was one of the founding members of the Northwest Science Fiction Society and Norwescon. He contributed most of the artwork used to advertise the Seattle in 1981 Worldcon bid, re-creating scenes from famous SF movies in Seattle settings.
He began publishing professionally in 1975. His biolog by Jay Kay Klein appeared in the May, 1988, issue of Analog.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1984 -- Moscon VI, Rustycon 1
- 1989 -- Toastmaster at Dreamcon 4
- 1991 -- I-Con II, MisCon 6
- 1995 -- InCon '95
- 2008 -- MisCon 22
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