(1877-1950) UK author of historical and weird fiction, noted within the fantasy genre for Couching at the Door (coll 1942) and for "Clairvoyance" in A Fire of Driftwood (coll 1932). Her evocatively titled World under Snow (1935) with G Forester is not sf, although sometimes listed as such, but a murder mystery with a winter setting. [JE]
see also: Fantasy Entries.
Dorothy Kathleen Broster
born Garston, near Liverpool, England: 2 September 1877
died Bexhill: 7 February 1950
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