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==History==
 
==History==
The award is names for Margaret Hughes, a fan active in the 1970s and 1980s and well-known for her support and counselling activities, which earned her the nickname "Mumfan". (Her son Warren was a contemporary fan.)
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The award is named for Margaret Hughes, a fan active in the 1970s and 1980s and well-known for her support and counselling activities, which earned her the nickname "Mumfan". (Her son Warren was a contemporary fan.)
  
 
==Award recipients==
 
==Award recipients==
 
: ''This list currently incomplete.''
 
: ''This list currently incomplete.''
  
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* 1991: Ann Griffiths<ref>{{cite journal|work=Thyme|issue=82|year=1991}}</ref>
 
* Tara Smith
 
* Tara Smith
 
* 1993: Ralph Smith
 
* 1993: Ralph Smith
 
* Gina Goddard
 
* Gina Goddard
* Sue Leighton
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* 1996: Tom Edge & Craig Greenbank
* Tom Edge & Craig Greenbank
 
 
* 1999: Mark Bivens
 
* 1999: Mark Bivens
 
* 2000: John Samuel
 
* 2000: John Samuel
* 2001: Ruth & Rachel Turner
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* 2001: Ruth & Rachel Turner<ref>{{cite web|title=Late Results from 2001 Natcon|year=2001|url=http://eidolon.net/index.html?pagename=oldnews.html&pagetitle=Previously+in+the+News&end_time=2001-09-27+09:25:34}}</ref>
* 2002: Simon Oxwell
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* 2002: Simon Oxwell<ref>{{cite web|title=Awards at Swancon|year=2002|url=http://eidolon.net/index.html?pagename=oldnews.html&pagetitle=Previously+in+the+News&end_time=2002-04-24+22:06:10}}</ref>
* Luigi Cantoni
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* 2003: Luigi Cantoni
* 2005: Emma Hawkes & Dale Verdi
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* 2005: Emma Hawkes & Dale Verdi<ref>{{cite web|title=Swancon XXX|url=http://2005.swancon.com.au/}}</ref>
 
* 2006: Davina Watson
 
* 2006: Davina Watson
* 2007: Sarah Parker
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* 2007: Sarah Parker<ref>{{cite web|author=Callistra|year=2007|title=Con Report|url=http://callistra.dreamwidth.org/311330.html}}</ref>
* 2008: Rob Masters and Alicia Smith
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* 2008: Rob Masters and Alicia Smith<ref>{{cite web|last=Smith|first=Alicia|year=2008|title=Mindblowing experiences for Sunday Swancon|url=http://leecetheartist.dreamwidth.org/127695.html?thread=284367&style=light}}</ref>
* 2009: Chris Creagh
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* 2009: Chris Creagh<ref>{{cite web|title=Meet Dr, Chris Creagh|url=http://www.murdoch.edu.au/Courses/Physics-and-Nanotechnology/The-lecturers/Chris-Creagh/}}</ref>
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* 2010: Nik Macdougall
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* 2011: Sue Ackermann
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* 2013: Fe Waters
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* 2015: Damian Magee<ref>{{cite web|title=2015 Award Winners|url=http://2016.swancon.com.au/content/article/19}}</ref>
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* 2017: Samara Morgan
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==References==
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{{reflist}}
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
* [http://wasff.sf.org.au/mumfanaward WASFF award page]
 
* [http://wasff.sf.org.au/mumfanaward WASFF award page]
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[[Category:Swancon Awards]]
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[[Category:Awards]]

Latest revision as of 01:18, 17 April 2017

The Marge Hughes award is a Western Australian sf award for contributions to fandom which are not otherwise acknowledged. It is informally known as "The Mumfan". The award is not necessarily given annually, although historically this has proved to be the case in practice.

History

The award is named for Margaret Hughes, a fan active in the 1970s and 1980s and well-known for her support and counselling activities, which earned her the nickname "Mumfan". (Her son Warren was a contemporary fan.)

Award recipients

This list currently incomplete.
  • 1991: Ann Griffiths[1]
  • Tara Smith
  • 1993: Ralph Smith
  • Gina Goddard
  • 1996: Tom Edge & Craig Greenbank
  • 1999: Mark Bivens
  • 2000: John Samuel
  • 2001: Ruth & Rachel Turner[2]
  • 2002: Simon Oxwell[3]
  • 2003: Luigi Cantoni
  • 2005: Emma Hawkes & Dale Verdi[4]
  • 2006: Davina Watson
  • 2007: Sarah Parker[5]
  • 2008: Rob Masters and Alicia Smith[6]
  • 2009: Chris Creagh[7]
  • 2010: Nik Macdougall
  • 2011: Sue Ackermann
  • 2013: Fe Waters
  • 2015: Damian Magee[8]
  • 2017: Samara Morgan

References

External links