Linda Bushyager

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Linda Eyster Bushyager is a long-time Philadelphia fan now living in Las Vegas and married to Ron Bushyager. She is primarily known for publishing the genzine Granfaloon (1968 — 1976) and the newszine Karass (1973 — 74). She was one of the founders of the Carnegie Mellon SF Club and then was one of the Founding Mothers of WPSFA in the 60s.

She is currently a member of Snaffu and was part of the Corflu 4 committee. Along with Linda Lounsbury, she revised Bob Tucker's Neo Fan's Guide in the mid-70s. She published two SF novels. She edited the MidAmeriCon newsletter, Bullsheet and the fanzine Duprass.

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