RARA-AVIS: RE: Seven Anderton: Taboada after Moore--continued

From: Todd Mason ( Todd.Mason@tvguide.com)
Date: 10 Sep 2003

The Lowndes-edited Columbia magazines were markets for a Lot of writers at the beginning and end of their careers, or who had a very avocational approach to writing (book dealer Robert Madle, who wrote a column for Lowndes's SCIENCE FICTION STORIES, was very happy to be in what may well be the last sports-fiction pulp issue with one of his few short stories, published in the late '50s). Judith Merril and Edward Hoch were first published in Lowndes's CF magazines in the later '40s and '50s, and as Richard notes, C J Daly found a market there when he could find few others. Anderton was apparently one of the veterans keeping his hand in.

-----Original Message----- From: Mario Taboada [mailto: matrxtech@yahoo.com] But who was "Seven Anderton"?

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