Tuesday, February 12, 2013

The Many Names of Catherine Lucille Moore - Andrew Liptak

"While there, she wrote for the University's student-run magazine, The Vagabond (the three stories at that link have previously been unknown to SF and Moore fans, uncovered with help from assistant archivist Carrie Schwier and intern Cynthia Lynn of Indiana University archives). Her three stories, Happily Ever After (November 1930), Semira (March 1931), and Two Fantasies (April 1931) demonstrated a real skill as an author, which was noted in the March issue's contributor remarks: "Catherine Moore returns to the Vagabond with a charming story after the manner of Lord Dunsany. Miss Moore is, perhaps, the most promising prose writer who has been at Indiana in some time."" 4 out of 5 http://www.kirkusreviews.com/features/many-names-catherine-lucille-moore/#continue_reading_post

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