Rotsler Award

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Rev. 31-Jan-2014
words by john hertz, web by chaz boston baden

2007 Rotsler Award Winner

Terry Jeeves

Terry Jeeves (1922-2011) was of First Fandom, that happy band who became active fans at least as early as the first World Science Fiction Convention (1939). He wrote for fanzines, he sent drawings to fanzines; for over forty years he published his own fanzine Erg.

He had a way with people, creatures, and machines. They may appear together. Some are the humanoids we have come to know as Soggies. Al Capp fans say these resemble Shmoos. Perhaps.

As with many fanartists, Jeeves' work has a whimsical touch. He could be comic, satiric, poignant; often understated. He was an Englishman.

Here are a few samples of his drawing.

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