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The Rusty Hevelin Service Award

The Rusty Hevelin Service Award is named after James ”Rusty” Hevelin, a long-time pulp collector and one of the founders of Pulpcon, who died in 2011.

The award recognizes "individuals within the pulp community who have worked long and hard for the pulp community with little thought for individual recognition. It is meant to reward especially good works and is thus reserved for only those individuals who are most deserving."

Winners received a framed print of David Saunder's Munsey Award painting.

Rusty Hevelin Service Award winners

Here's an up-to-date list of the Rusty Hevelin Service Award winners:

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