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'''Lee Hoffman''' (1932-2007) was the founding editor of [[Science Fiction Five Yearly]].
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'''Lee Hoffman''' (1932-2007) was a fanzine editor and writer of a number of books in the science fiction and western genres.  
  
Lee Hoffman was also the editor of several other [[fanzine]]s from the 1950s through the 1970s, including [[Quandry]]. She was also active in the Folk Music community, editing fanzines like [[Caravan]] and [[Gardyloo]]. She was also the only person ever nominated for both the [[Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer]] and the [[Hugo Award for Best Fan Artist]].
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Lee Hoffman was the founding editor of [[Science Fiction Five Yearly]]. Lee Hoffman was also the editor of several other [[fanzine]]s from the 1950s through the 1970s, including [[Quandry]], which was a very influential zine during the time it was published.  
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She was also active in the Folk Music community, editing fanzines like [[Caravan]] and [[Gardyloo]] at the time during the 1950s when folk music was just being rediscovered and becoming popular. She was living in New York at this time and a part of the Washington Square scene.
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She was also the only person ever nominated for both the [[Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer]] and the [[Hugo Award for Best Fan Artist]].
  
 
She was blind in her final years and passed away on February 6th, 2007.  
 
She was blind in her final years and passed away on February 6th, 2007.  

Revision as of 16:10, 17 February 2011

Lee Hoffman (1932-2007) was a fanzine editor and writer of a number of books in the science fiction and western genres.

Lee Hoffman was the founding editor of Science Fiction Five Yearly. Lee Hoffman was also the editor of several other fanzines from the 1950s through the 1970s, including Quandry, which was a very influential zine during the time it was published.

She was also active in the Folk Music community, editing fanzines like Caravan and Gardyloo at the time during the 1950s when folk music was just being rediscovered and becoming popular. She was living in New York at this time and a part of the Washington Square scene.

She was also the only person ever nominated for both the Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer and the Hugo Award for Best Fan Artist.

She was blind in her final years and passed away on February 6th, 2007.

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