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Floating pseudonym or House Name used 1947-1958 by Ziff-Davis and by the other Chicago magazines Imagination and Imaginative Tales. Initially Tenneshaw was used by William Hamling as a personal pseudonym, many of the twenty-two sf stories whose authors have not been identified being perhaps by him; later it was used once by Randall Garrett alone, three times by him in collaboration with Robert Silverberg, once by Silverberg alone, once by Milton Lesser and once by Edmond Hamilton. [PN]
Entry from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (2011-current) edited by John Clute and David Langford.
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