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Charles N. Brown was the publisher of Locus: The Magazine of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Field. He was well known throughout the SFF world for this love and support for the field and his enormous generosity.
I first met him at the 1993 World Fantasy Convention in Minneapolis1 when I was researching my PhD thesis. He was extremely enthusiastic about my research and gave me many leads and suggestions including inviting me to make use of his insanely extensive library in Oakland. His help was invaluable. He knew everyone and pretty much everything about SFF in the USA. We remained friends even after my defection to YA. My case is not unique. Over the years he has helped many young researchers and writers and editors and fans of the genre.
My thoughts go out to everyone at Locus and everyone who cared about Charles.
We’ll all miss him.
Posted by Justine at 14:21, 13 July 2009 under New York City/USA, Praising, State of the World | 1 Comment »
Sad news. I never got to meet him, although I heard stories from people who had, and he seemed like a generous fellow. I’m pleased to see that Locus will be living on, and hope it maintains the quality that it did under Charles.
July 14th, 2009 at 12:01 AM
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