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Steve Stiles from Wikipedia

Steve Stiles studied at The High School of Music & Art and the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. His first cartoon for a fanzine appeared in Cry of the Nameless, edited by F.M. Busby and Elinor Busby. His work has since appeared in many fanzines including Xero, Void, Mimosa, Trap Door, Banana Wings, and Vojo de Vivo. His first professional sale was in 1961 was a cartoon for Paul Krassner's The Realist. After a stint in the military as an illustrator, he worked in advertising before becoming a freelancer in 1975. He has worked in genres ranging from underground comix to children's books to superhero comics. Most recently, he designed a Peace and Humanitarian Achievements medal for the Samaritan community in Israel.

He has won five Fan Activity Achievement (FAAn) Awards for best artist (2001, 2003-2006). In 1998, Stiles won the first Bill Rotsler Award, named after prolific fan artist Bill Rotsler. He was a Hugo Award nominee as Best Fan Artist in 1967, 1968, 2003 through 2008, and 2010-2012.

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