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Ted White is a Hugo Award-winning American writer, known as a science fiction author and editor and fan, as well as a music critic. In addition to books and stories written under his own name, he has also co-authored novels with Dave van Arnam as Ron Archer, and with Terry Carr as Norman Edwards.
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Ted White has been a prolific contributor to science fiction fanzines since the early '50s, and won the Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer in 1968. Despite his considerable professional credits, White maintains that his achievements in fandom mean more to him than anything else he has done. In 1953, he edited and published [[Zip]], the first of many fanzines he published over the following decades. In 1956-57, he co-edited [[Stellar]] with Larry Stark, followed by [[Void]] when he joined the founding editors, Greg and Jim Benford (1960), [[Gambit]], [[Null-F]] (for FAPA), [[Minac]] with Les Gerber, [[Egoboo]] with John D. Berry, [[Crank]] with Rob Hansen, [[egoscan]], [[Pong]] (with Dan Steffan), and others. In addition to helping others publish their own fanzines, he was a regular columnist in [[Yandro]] and Richard E. Geis' [[Psychotic]] and [[Science Fiction Review.]] He also has been active in numerous fan events, such as organizing the 1967 World Science Fiction Convention in New York as co-chairman. As of 2012, he is still active on several of the fandom- and fanzine-oriented electronic mailing lists.
 
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White has been a prolific contributor to science fiction fanzines since the early '50s, and won the Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer in 1968. Fespite his considerable professional credits, White maintains that his achievements in fandom mean more to him than anything else he has done. In 1953, he edited and published [[Zip]], the first of many fanzines he published over the following decades. In 1956-57, he co-edited [[Stellar]] with Larry Stark, followed by [[Void]] when he joined the founding editors, Greg and Jim Benford (1960), [[Gambit]], [[Minac]], [[Egoboo]], [[Crank]] and others. In addition to helping others publish their own fanzines, he was a regular columnist in [[Yandro]] and Richard E. Geis' [[Psychotic/SF Review]]. He also has been active in numerous fan events, such as organizing the 1967 World Science Fiction Convention in New York as co-chairman. As of 2012, he is still active on several of the fandom- and fanzine-oriented electronic mailing lists.
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Revision as of 15:31, 27 June 2012

Ted White has been a prolific contributor to science fiction fanzines since the early '50s, and won the Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer in 1968. Despite his considerable professional credits, White maintains that his achievements in fandom mean more to him than anything else he has done. In 1953, he edited and published Zip, the first of many fanzines he published over the following decades. In 1956-57, he co-edited Stellar with Larry Stark, followed by Void when he joined the founding editors, Greg and Jim Benford (1960), Gambit, Null-F (for FAPA), Minac with Les Gerber, Egoboo with John D. Berry, Crank with Rob Hansen, egoscan, Pong (with Dan Steffan), and others. In addition to helping others publish their own fanzines, he was a regular columnist in Yandro and Richard E. Geis' Psychotic and Science Fiction Review. He also has been active in numerous fan events, such as organizing the 1967 World Science Fiction Convention in New York as co-chairman. As of 2012, he is still active on several of the fandom- and fanzine-oriented electronic mailing lists.