Leslie Croutch

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Leslie Croutch was a self employed radio and television repairman, working from home, who also published the Science Fiction fanzine [[Light]]. First released in 1941, it continued to be released for three decades. Leslie Croutch was active in the National Fantasy Fan Federation. ''Light'' was also a regular zine for the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association|FAPA]].
Leslie Croutch was a self employed radio and television repairman, working from home, who also published the Science Fiction fanzine [[Light]]. First released in 1941, it continued to be released for three decades. Leslie Croutch was active in the National Fantasy Fan Federation. ''Light'' was also a regular zine for the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association|FAPA]].
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Leslie Croutch was an active contributor to other science fiction fanzines in the UK and the U.S.A. and in Canada, and regularly attended Science Fiction fandom meetings in Toronto, Ontario.  
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Leslie Croutch was an active contributor to other fanzines around the world, writing for publications in the UK and the U.S.A. and in Canada. For a time he has a regular column in the UK based fanzine [[Futurian War Digest]]. He regularly attended Science Fiction fandom meetings in Toronto, Ontario and contributed to their fanzine [[Canadian Fandom]].  
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Leslie A. Croutch was a fanzine editor from Parry Sound, Ontario Canada.

Leslie Croutch was a self employed radio and television repairman, working from home, who also published the Science Fiction fanzine Light. First released in 1941, it continued to be released for three decades. Leslie Croutch was active in the National Fantasy Fan Federation. Light was also a regular zine for the FAPA.

Leslie Croutch was an active contributor to other fanzines around the world, writing for publications in the UK and the U.S.A. and in Canada. For a time he has a regular column in the UK based fanzine Futurian War Digest. He regularly attended Science Fiction fandom meetings in Toronto, Ontario and contributed to their fanzine Canadian Fandom.

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