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Martin Ditmar Jenssen Martin Ditmar Jenssen i(A142839 works by) (a.k.a. Dick Jenssen; Ditmar)
Born: Established: 1935 Shanghai,
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China,
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East Asia, South and East Asia, Asia,
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Gender: Male
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BiographyHistory

Martin Ditmar Jenssen was a founder member of the Melbourne Science Fiction Club. When he retired as head of the Meteorology Department at Melbourne University, he became an artist/illustrator, producing computer graphics for fanzine editors. The 'Ditmars' (Australian Science Fiction Achievement Awards) were named in recognition of Jenssen's support for Australian science fiction.

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2014 shortlisted Ditmar Awards Best Fan Artist for body of work, including cover art for Interstellar Ramjet Scoop and SF Commentary [as Dick Jenssen]
2006 shortlisted Ditmar Awards Best Fan Artist Artwork in American fan Earl Kemp's ezines eI20 (June 2005) and eI23 (Dec 2005)
2004 shortlisted Ditmar Awards Best Fan Artist (for extensive body of work)
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