Letters of American science fiction writer Poul Anderson to his publishers and editors.
Poul Anderson, born in November 1926, was a popular science fiction writer, author of Tao zero, The queen of air and darkness,
and others. Although he is often referred to as a writer of "hard" and scrupulously accurate science fiction, Anderson is
also known for his creation of plausible fantasy worlds, often based on Nordic mythology. Anderson won seven Hugo Awards and
three Nebula awards. He was married to Karen Anderson, also a science fiction writer. He died in July 2001.
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