(1911 -- 2003)
An officer and founder of the Science Correspondence Club, which some have claimed was the first science fiction club, and he co-edited the first two issues of The Comet with Ray Palmer. He was also a founder of the Chicago Science Fiction League in 1935. He contributed to its official publication, The Fourteen Leaflet.
He published the 1932 short story "The Duel on the Asteroid" in Wonder Stories with co-author P. Schuyler Miller and Paul McDermott using the pseudonym Dennis McDermott. The pseudonym also appeared on a letter published in the same magazine three months later.
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