Having someone point out to me yesterday that the DF Lewis Wikipedia (first erected by someone else in 2006) has been deleted, I accept this with equanimity. I have already morphed back to Des Lewis, in any event.
Reason given on Wikipedia site:
“He has some coverage in the world of small press publication (blogs and private websites as well as print), and has himself been published extensively in small press and self-published format as well as some stories in anthologies from bigger publishers. But that is not sufficient: there’s a lack of reviews or other critical commentary in reliable sources (which would include newspapers, magazines from major publishers, academic sources, independent websites with a proper editorial structure, etc), no evidence of major awards, and no indication of importance outside of a small, self-regarding world. Nemonymous should also be considered for deletion for its lack of coverage by independent third parties.”
I do not have a copy of the final Wikipedia entry, but this was its thrust:
Received the British Fantasy Society Karl Edward Wagner Award in 1998.
The Three Ages:
1. 1986-2000 – Over 1000 fiction publications in magazines and anthologies, culminating in the Prime Books ‘Weirdmonger’ collection. (Aged 38 in 1986).
2. 2001-2010 – Publishing nine ‘Nemonymous’ anthologies
3. 2008-to date – Gestalt Real-Time Reviews.
Plus one Chomu Press novel ‘Nemonymous Night’, one InkerMen Press collection ‘The Last Balcony’, two Romanian published collections, three novellas that were independently published — and three multi-authored anthologies (The Ha of Ha, Classical Music Horror, Horror Without Victims).