Obituary: Karen Anderson

Writer Karen Anderson (b.1932) died on March 17. Anderson was married to Poul Anderson, with whom she often collaborated on works such as The King of Ys and The Last Viking, although she also wrote some solo stories. Anderson was active in costuming and is believed to have been the first person to use the term “filk music” in print. Anderson helped co-found the Society for Creative Anachronism.

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  1. Karen Anderson has died – Prometheus Blog — March 19, 2018 @ 8:36 am

    […] Karen Anderson has died. She was the widow of Poul Anderson, and co-authored a number of books with her husband. […]

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