|Title:||With Stars In My Eyes: My Adventures In British Fandom|
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|Category:||Reference and Collections|
|Publisher:||Nesfa Pr; 1st Edition edition (September 30, 2004)|
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. And my natural inclination is towards the more intellectual discussion of sf that it would appear Weston was trying to promote back in the '60s and '70s, so I feel naturally sympathetic to his Grand Project, such as it wa. hat is really thanks to the way Weston tells the story, with enough information about individuals that I like.
In the UK, contact Rog Peyton at Replay Books or Andy Richards at Cold Tonnage Books for signed copies. If you've read the book and enjoyed it, please consider voting it for a 2005 Hugo in the Best Related Book category.
His 1960s pseudonym "Malcolm Edwards" caused some confusion several years later, when a real Malcolm Edwards began contributing to British fanzines. 2007 Nova award winner, "best fanzine" for Prolapse. 2007 Nova award winner, "best fan" (committee award).
His 1960s pseudonym "Malcolm Edwards" caused some confusion several years later, when a real Malcolm Edwards began contributing to British fanzines.
nominated for the 2005 Hugo Award in the Related Book Category. Interior illos by: Jim Barker, Harry Bell, Dick Bergeron, Jim Cawthorn, Vincent Di Fate, Jack Gaughan, Steve Green, Jim Groves, Mike Higgs, Dicky Howett, Eddie Jones, Ivor Latto, Riccardo Leveghi, Brian McCabe, Ken McIntyre, Bob Rickard, Andrew Stephenson, Arthur Thomson (ATom), Pam Yates, and Joseph Zajackowski. Peter Weston and Bill Burns have put together the Supplement to this book, with corrections, additions, and many more photos.
Peter Weston auctioning a Hugo rocket during Noreascon 4 (Boston), the 2004 Worldcon during which he was a Guest of Honor. Photo by Murray Moore. The volume knitted together several of Weston’s autobiographical articles, including two that held the record for number of views on Victor Gonzalez’s early fannish blog, Trufen. In 2006, Weston revived his fanzine Prolapse (re-titled Relapse in 2009) after a 23-year hiatus