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Anne Warren Griffith

Ann Warren Griffith (b. 1911/1918 - d. 1983) was an American writer who published several science fiction stories. This autobiographical material was included with her story Captive Audience, published in Fantasy and Science Fiction in 1953:

According to her own written confession, Ann Warren Griffith has been an actress, a librarian, a shipfitter, a pilot in the WASPS, a Red Cross "overseas-type girl," an "editorial assistant-type girl" on trade magazines and, of course, a writer. Her work has been in such magazines as the Atlantic Monthly, Readerís Digest, The Woman . . . although, she wistfully admits, she has not yet hit the Macaroni Journal ("1500-word articles on macaroni, spaghetti, noodles, etc.").

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