Margaret St. Clair
( (February 17, 1911 – November 22, 1995)
Margaret St. Clair, born Eva Margaret Neeley, was very early fan — a member of the Golden Gate Scientific Association in 1930! — but is much better known as an SF writer, who also wrote under the pseudonyms of Idris Seabright and Wilton Hazzard. She coined the fannish catchphrase “broad mental horizons.”
She wrote eight novels, four of which were published in the Ace Double series. One of her most popular novels was Sign of the Labrys (1963), notable for its early use of Wicca elements in fiction.
Also involved: - Startling Stories - Vorpal Glass
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