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'''Rosalind (Roz) Cohen''' was a member of The [[Futurians]] of [[New York]] [[SF club]] as well as the [[CPASF]].
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'''Rosalind “Roz” Cohen''' was a member of The [[Futurians]] of [[New York]] [[SF club]] as well as the [[CPASF]].
  
 
She married Harry Dockweiler ([[Dirk Wylie]]), another [[Futurian]].
 
She married Harry Dockweiler ([[Dirk Wylie]]), another [[Futurian]].
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As '''Rosalind Wylie''', she later became an editor of Dell's puzzle magazines. In 1953, she married again, this time to a businessman named Williams Moore.
 
As '''Rosalind Wylie''', she later became an editor of Dell's puzzle magazines. In 1953, she married again, this time to a businessman named Williams Moore.
  
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Rosalind “Roz” Cohen was a member of The Futurians of New York SF club as well as the CPASF.

She married Harry Dockweiler (Dirk Wylie), another Futurian.

She and her husband ran a literary agency, Dirk Wylie Literary Agents. After her husband's death, she and Frederik Pohl ran the agency.

As Rosalind Wylie, she later became an editor of Dell's puzzle magazines. In 1953, she married again, this time to a businessman named Williams Moore.



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