coppervale (coppervale) wrote,

A Giant in the SF Field Has Passed

I just saw this on Ellen Datlow's Journal: Charles Brown has died.

With LOCUS, he was the news source for the SF field for as long as I can remember. He was smart, extremely-well read (maybe the biggest understatement I've ever written), and a good guy. He always gave me a fair shake, and there are already far too few like him in SF.

Good bye, Charlie.

Charles Brown - 1937-2009


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