Grant Stone

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Grant Stone is a polymath.[1] He was the founder of Swancon.[2] He was a radio presenter on the radio station RTRFM of the Faster Than Light Radio Show,[3] as well as being the main force in the Murdoch University library special collections of popular culture material.[4]

In 1996 he was the recipient of the Chandler Award for Australian science fiction. He has been involved with laughter yoga for some years.[5]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Leigh Edmunds lists: Grant Stone is an archivist, bibliographer, collector, librarian, organiser, publicist, publisher, reviewer and critic, fan and professional... a botanist by training, a librarian by profession, a collector by inclination and a new renaissance person because he can't help himself from in http://asff.org.au/chandler-award-1996-grant-stone.htm
  2. ^ Australian National Science Fiction Convention (1986 : Perth, W.A.); Strong, Caroline; Stone, Grant (1986), Swancon XI : the 1986 Australian National Science Fiction Convention, Miss Maud's Functon Centre, Perth, Easter, 1986, The Convention?, retrieved 18 May 2018
  3. ^ The Faster Than Light Radio Show regularly on RTR-FM since the 1970s.
  4. ^ http://library.murdoch.edu.au/Our-services/Support-for-researchers/Special-Collections/
  5. ^ http://www.abc.net.au/gnt/people/Transcripts/s1158659.htm