Convention fan, Clubfan, Fanzine collector (second largest collection in NYC, after Moshe Feder), Fan editor, Fan writer, Fan historian, Worldcon Bidder, Collector (thousands of books, mags), etc.
FGoH: Summercon (Toronto, 1970s); ConFiction (Worldcon 48, The Hague, 1990); NorWesCon 25 (2002); others.
Con Committees: Secretary, 1967 Worldcon; USAgent, 1972 British Eastercon; on bidding committees of 1969, 1973 Worldcons; sold program book adverts for 1967, 1969-75 Worldcons; helped John Bangsund launch Aussiecon 1.
Hugo Awards: Best Fanzine (ALGOL, 1974); Best Semi-Prozine (Science Fiction Chronicle, 1993 and 1994); 25-plus Hugo nominations.
Special Committee Award for "Distinguished Semiprozine Work" (Chicon V, 1991); Special British Fantasy Award (1992); Honorary Membership NYSFS Lunarians (1996); Big Heart 2009.
DUFF Nominee, 1972 (The Inaugural DUFF race)
Clubs: NYSFS Lunarians (Secretary, 1970s). Member at one time or another of N3F, New York Fanoclasts, FISTFA (Faanish, Insurgent, Scientifiction Assn.), British SF Assoc., LASFS, BCSFA, SFWA, HWA, others.
Fanzines: Many over 50 years, including the weekly DEGLER!, which became S.F. WEEKLY (1964-68); ALGOL (later STARSHIP, 1963-'84); SCIENCE FICTION CHRONICLE (1979-2000); SOUTH NORWALK; CONVENTION (1970-72); FRISCO MIKADO & GOLDEN SPIKE GAZETTE; 20th CENTURY UNLIMITED (for FAPA); others too numerous to mention.
Ran Algol Press, which published Cordwainer Smith, Gardner Dozois, Ursula K. Le Guin, hardcover/trade paperback The Book of Ellison to honor Ellison's 1978 Worldcon GoHship, etc.
Other Fanac: Memmber of several apas including FAPA, TAPS (apa Manager for 1 year); SFPA; APA F (all 69 mailings, 1964-'65); APA-L; first newcolumn in SCIENCE FICTION TIMES, 1960. Attendee at almost every single Worldcons from 1963 to date, and at hundreds of other conventions.