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Sourdough Jackson

Sourdough Jackson began reading SF with a Jules Verne novel at the age of six, found fandom in the early 1970s, and has been deeply involved with it ever since. Early on, he met longtime Denver fan Gail Barton at a convention, and they married in 1978. Since that time, he has been involved with con committees, fanzine publishing, and the local club, DASFA, serving as that group’s secretary for the past ten years. With Gail, he has accumulated a huge library of SF and fantasy books. A lifelong student of naval history, he recently published his first novel, Torpedo Junction, an alternate-history look at the Pacific Theater of World War II.  His is also the author of "That Old Science Fiction," a book of essays on classic SF originally published as a column in DASFAx.  He is currently working on two novels. Corregidor is a sequel to Torpedo Junction. Lost Planet Airman, set in the same universe in 1970, concerns open contact with UFO entities.