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Dorothea "Rory" Faulkner was based in Los Angeles, and a member of the LASFS.
 
Dorothea "Rory" Faulkner was based in Los Angeles, and a member of the LASFS.
  
In his fanzine [[Califania Tales]], Len Moffat writes, "When Dorothea M. Faulkner (aka "Grandma the Demon" when she wrote locs to the prozines, Rory Faulkner when she wrote poetry both serious and humorous, and 'Dottie' to her close friends) attended her first LASFS meeting we knew at once that she was Outlander (SF club) material. She was a little old grey-haired lady from Covina and the type of person we used to call a "pistol".  
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In the fanzine [[No Award]] #8, Len Moffat writes of her, "When Dorothea M. Faulkner (aka "Grandma the Demon" when she wrote locs to the prozines, Rory Faulkner when she wrote poetry both serious and humorous, and 'Dottie' to her close friends) attended her first LASFS meeting we knew at once that she was Outlander (SF club) material. She was a little old grey-haired lady from Covina and the type of person we used to call a "pistol".
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Rory co-edited one issue of [[Shangri L'Affaires]] in 1951, but mainly contributed to a wide variety of fanzine in the U.S. and the UK. She attended the London convention "Lonconfidential" in 1957.
  
 
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Revision as of 10:44, 13 November 2011

Rory Faulkner was a science fiction fan and fanzine editor and contributor.

Dorothea "Rory" Faulkner was based in Los Angeles, and a member of the LASFS.

In the fanzine No Award #8, Len Moffat writes of her, "When Dorothea M. Faulkner (aka "Grandma the Demon" when she wrote locs to the prozines, Rory Faulkner when she wrote poetry both serious and humorous, and 'Dottie' to her close friends) attended her first LASFS meeting we knew at once that she was Outlander (SF club) material. She was a little old grey-haired lady from Covina and the type of person we used to call a "pistol".

Rory co-edited one issue of Shangri L'Affaires in 1951, but mainly contributed to a wide variety of fanzine in the U.S. and the UK. She attended the London convention "Lonconfidential" in 1957.

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