On This Day: Margaret St Clair
On this day, twenty-one years ago, Margaret St Clair died. Her science fiction career began with ‘Rocket to Limbo’for Fantastic Adventures in November 1946, and she became a prolific writer of short fiction during the next decade and a half – both under her own name and under the pseudonym Idris Seabright. As The Encyclopedia […]Read More
On This Day: Don’t Drink the Water!
We have, in the past, noted that certian days seem to have been overly blessed with the births of very talented authors; days like 26th July, 2nd August and 20th September. But it stands to reason that if the history of SF has had some good days, it must also have had some bad days. […]Read More