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Author photo. Cordwainer Smith (Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger), 1913-1966, courtesy of his daughter @ <a href="http://www.cordwainer-smith.com/">The Remarkable Science Fiction of Cordwainer Smith</a>

Cordwainer Smith (Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger), 1913-1966, courtesy of his daughter @ The Remarkable Science Fiction of Cordwainer Smith

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Cordwainer Smith is the pseudonym of Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger. He also used "Carmichael Smith" (for his political thriller Atomsk), "Anthony Bearden" (for his poetry) and "Felix C. Forrest" (for the novels Ria and Carola).

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Cordwainer Smith is the pseudonym of Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger. He also used "Carmichael Smith" (for his political thriller Atomsk), "Anthony Bearden" (for his poetry) and "Felix C. Forrest" (for the novels Ria and Carola).

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