Eando Binder

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Eando Binder (rhymes with tinder) was the byline used by SF writer Otto Oscar Binder (1911–1975), initially with his brother Earl Binder (1904–1965). The brothers’ joint use of the name was from 1932 until 1940.

Their first publication using this penname was "The First Martian" in the October, 1932, issue of Amazing. They wrote the Adam Link robot stories.

Entry in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction

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