Elinor Busby

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'''Elinor Busby''' is a fanzine editor.  
'''Elinor Busby''' is a fanzine editor.  
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Elinor Busby is the first woman to win a Hugo Award when, as one of the co-editors of [[Cry of the Nameless]], she and F.M. Busby and Wally Weber won the [[Hugo Award fro Best Fanzine]] in 1960.  
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Elinor Busby is the first woman to win a Hugo Award when, as one of the co-editors of [[Cry of the Nameless]], she and F.M. Busby and Wally Weber won the [[Hugo Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1960.  
Elinor Busby began publishing fanzines as a member of the Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. science fiction club The Nameless Ones. Their club bulletin, ''Cry of the Nameless'' evolved into a full fledged fanzine, and became ''Cry''.   
Elinor Busby began publishing fanzines as a member of the Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. science fiction club The Nameless Ones. Their club bulletin, ''Cry of the Nameless'' evolved into a full fledged fanzine, and became ''Cry''.   

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Elinor Busby is a fanzine editor.

Elinor Busby is the first woman to win a Hugo Award when, as one of the co-editors of Cry of the Nameless, she and F.M. Busby and Wally Weber won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine in 1960.

Elinor Busby began publishing fanzines as a member of the Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. science fiction club The Nameless Ones. Their club bulletin, Cry of the Nameless evolved into a full fledged fanzine, and became Cry.

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