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The Golden Age of Science Fiction certainly had its superstars; Asimov, Clarke, and Heinlein. There also were the professional full time authors such as Anderson, Lieber, Sturgeon and others with careers spanning decades and who wrote dozens of novels and hundreds of short stories. But there were others, less well known, who wrote for shorter periods of time, and whose body of work consists of a dozen or so short stories and a novel or two. These days, their work is nearly forgotten, available only in paperbacks long out of print or magazines found in second hand stores. Horace B. Fyfe (1918-1997) is one of these.