Catherine Lucile Moore

American author

1911   -   1987

genre: fantasy, science fiction
country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: University of Southern California
occupation: writer, screenwriter, novelist, science fiction writer
award received: Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame

Catherine Lucille Moore (January 24, 1911 – April 4, 1987) was an American science fiction and fantasy writer, who first came to prominence in the 1930s writing as C. L. Moore. She was among the first women to write in the science fiction and fantasy genres, though earlier woman writers in these genres include Clare Winger Harris, Greye La Spina, and Francis Stevens, amongst others. Nevertheless, Moore's work paved the way for many other female speculative fiction writers. Moore married her first husband Henry Kuttner in 1940, and most of her work from 1940-1958 (Kuttner's death) was written by the couple collaboratively. They were prolific co-authors under their own names, although more often under any one of several pseudonyms. As "Catherine Kuttner", she had a brief career as a television scriptwriter from 1958 to 1962. She retired from writing in 1963.
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works

19

Timescape

novel by Gregory Benford

author: Gregory Benford
screenwriter: Henry Kuttner, Catherine Lucile Moore, David Twohy

1980

The Dark World

book by Henry Kuttner

author: Henry Kuttner, Catherine Lucile Moore

1965

The Black God's Kiss

short story by C. L. Moore

author: Catherine Lucile Moore

1934

Greater Than Gods

short story by Catherine Lucile Moore

author: Catherine Lucile Moore

1939

Shambleau

short story

author: Catherine Lucile Moore

1953

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