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Bermúdez, María Elvira

(1916-1988) Mexican editor, academic and author; her fiction, mostly detective novels, is mostly nonfantastic. She is of sf interest (see Women SF Writers) primarily for an influential Anthology, Cuentos Fantásticos Mexicanos ["Mexican Fantastic Tales"] (anth 1986), which presents some of her own work. Contributors with entries in this encyclopedia include Juan José Arreola and Carlos Fuentes. [JC]

María Elvira Bermúdez

born Durango, Mexico: 27 January 1916

died Mexico City, Mexico: 7 May 1988

works as editor


Entry from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (2011-current) edited by John Clute and David Langford.
Accessed 01:11 am on 9 December 2022.