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Zenna Henderson
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    (November 1, 1917-May 11, 1983)
    Born in Tucson, Arizona
    Wrote science fiction collections 'Pilgrimage: The Book of the People' (1961), 'The Anything Box' (1965), 'The People: No Different Flesh' (1966) and 'Holding Wonder' (1971)
    Her science fiction-that often features fuzzy, Muppet-like aliens-is rather sentimental.
    She has only a few published collections to her name.
    She seldom gave interviews.
    She lived most of her life in Tucson, Arizona
    Her religion was unclear and has been labeled Mormon, Methodist or charismatic.
    For years she taught school while writing.
    She taught Japanese children at an internment camp during World War Two.
    She was one of the first prominent female science fiction writers.
    Focusing on ordinary people, she showed that science fiction need not be about laser guns and robots.
    'The People' (1972), a TV movie starring William Shatner, was based on her work.

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