C.L. Moore:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Catherine Lucille Moore (b. 1911 - d. 1987) was an American science fiction and fantasy writer; she typically used the pen name C.L. Moore. She first published in the mid-1930's; she often collaborated with her husband Henry Kuttner, most often using the single pseudonym Lewis Padgett.
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Judgement Night (1943)

Spaceways

Shambleau (1933)


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