Updated 2014 June 21
I was the winner of the Georgia Fandom Award presented at DragonCon, June 27, 1997.
I directed the Space/Science Track for the 2000
I was the Director of Space/Science Track of programming at the 1999 DragonCon.
I was the Director of Space/Science Track of programming at the 1998 and 1997 DragonCons.
I was also the Director of Space/Science Track of programming at the 1996 DragonCon.
The linked documents, above, are reports about this programming track.
On July 26, 2003, I took some photos of the computer gaming area at
My dear friend and fellow Fan, Joe Mayhew, passed away at 9AM on Saturday,
June 11, 2000. Joe had been a Fan for most of his life, and had been active in
the Washington Science Fiction Association (WSFA) since about 1960. He was also
active in the Baltimore Science Fiction society (BSFS,
their "BSFS News" page has more info). He had been involved with the
operation and organization of the annual DC convention, Disclave, for many years, including
serving as Chairman several times. He was a noted fan artist, receiving the Hugo Award for
best fan artist at Bucconeer,
the 1998 World Science Fiction Convention
Although there is some uncertainty as to the diagnosis of the disease that
took him, the latest indications are that it was CJD:
Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Foundation, Inc.
Official Mad Cow Disease Home Page
BSE Information at UIUC
More information about Joe Mayhew may be found at Evan's Home Page.
06/14/00, From The
Tuesday, June 13, 2000; Page B05
Joseph T. Mayhew
Library Employee, Cartoonist
Joseph T. Mayhew, 57, a retired Library of Congress employee and an
award-winning science fiction cartoonist, died of complications from
encephalitis June 10 at the
Hospice. He had diabetes. Washington
Mr. Mayhew worked at the library from the late 1960s until retiring
in the early 1990s from the Spanish acquisitions department. He
also recommended science fiction works to the library.
He did illustrations and wrote stories for science fiction magazines,
including Absolute Magnitude, and received a Hugo Award last year
for his drawings. The Hugo, sponsored by the World Science Fiction
Society, is also known as the Science Fiction Achievement Award
and is among the field's highest prizes.
Some of his science fiction book reviews appeared in The
Post, and he also did reviews for "Fast Forward," a science fiction
program on cable television.
Mr. Mayhew was a
native who grew up in Riverdale and Washington
was a graduate of
and the University of Bladensburg High School . He was a Maryland resident at his death. Greenbelt
Mr. Mayhew was an art director for several science fiction
conventions and wrote short plays for those gatherings.
His memberships included the
Science Fiction Association. Washington
Survivors include a brother, Bill Mayhew of Beltsville, and a sister,
Frances Jordan of Riverdale.
Other Sci-Fi Items:
A site that combines Science with Science Fiction is a collection of
Professor John G. Cramer's
Alternate View columns that have run in ANALOG magazine for many years.
Science Fiction Related Sites:
ATLANTA RADIO THEATRE COMPANY
Paul W. Cashman's Home Page
Kelly Lockhart's Home Page
A Thoughtless Kind
Chattanooga Science Fiction Convention
L.A.con III, the 1996 Worldcon - Home Page
The Lurker's Guide to Babylon 5 (dscga)
The Lurker's Guide to Babylon (midwinter)
Welcome To SG-1.Net!
Evan's Home Page
Sci Fi - Arizona
Central Arizona Speculative Fiction Society
Baja Arizona Science Fiction Association (BASFA), home of TusCon
The 2000 World Science Fiction Convention