FGoH: Corflu 1986, Arisia 1999.
Editor GoH (with PNH): V-Con 19/Westercon 44 (1991), Windycon 27 (2000).
Editor GoH: SciCon 1993, Minicon 32 (1997),
Special Guest: Minicon 24 (1989); Boskone 31 (1994).
TAFF GoH: Eastercon 1985.
Hugo Nominee: Best Fanzine 1984 (IZZARD); Best Fan Writer (1984); Best
Semiprozine 1989 (NYRSF); Best Fan Writer 1991; Best Non-fiction Book
1995 (Making Book)
SF Chronicle Award, 1988: Best Fan Writer, Best Fanzine (IZZARD)
#1 Fan Face (1981 PONG Poll; tied w/ R. Bergeron).
TAFF Winner (w/ Patrick) 1985.
ConCommittees: Iguanacon (Worldcon 36, 1978: Managing Editor, Publications;
Assistant to the Head of Programming; Fan Room Coordinator; Editor of the
daily newsletter; bleeping Committee Chauffeur and Short-Order Cook;
et bleeping cetera, et bleeping alia);
4th St Fantasy Convention (1996: Programming); Minicon 34 (1999:
Fanzines: TELOS; IZZARD; TAFFLUVIA.
Clubs: fwa; Vanguard (Seattle); Babel-17 (Seattle: Co-Inventor); Fanoclasts
(NYC); NESFA (Boston: honorary).
Fellow of NESFA, 1998.
Electronic Fanac: Genie SFRT; rec.arts.sf.fandom; SMOFS; Timebinders; SFF.Net;
other loci and nexi, net and web, including my weblog,
(NESFA Press, 1994; now in 2nd printing):
and other essays.
Currently tied with
Charles N. Brown
for nominations in the largest
number of non-fiction categories.
Working as a Pro Editor is a continuation of fanac by other means.
Photo by Mark Olson, Dec. 1997