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Sybil Claiborne

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Full Name: Sybil Claiborne
Born: November 1, 1923
Liverpool, Lancashire, UK
Died: December 16, 1992
Occupation: writer, activist
Nationality: English


Sybil Claiborne was a novelist, short story writer, and antiwar activist, published stories in magazines like The New Yorker and Esquire. Some of her writing was the basis for a program of comedy-dramas performed in Manhattan in 1978 at Symphony Space.

Her collection of short stories, Loose Connections, was published by Academy Chicago in 1988, and a novel, A Craving for Women, was published by Dutton in 1989. Her final book, In the Garden of Dead Cars, nominated for a feminist science fiction James Tiptree, Jr. Award, is a dystopian novel about a New York City plagued by insects and a Fascist government, was published in 1993.

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