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Question 1: They had one daughter, Astrid, who is married to the science fiction author ________.
Poul AndersonIsaac AsimovDavid BrinGreg Bear

Question 2: In the final scene he cries out in anguish: "Not even the gods can defy the ________!" — giving a new twist to this central aspect of the Norse religion.

Question 3: [2][3] His fantasy fiction writings are similar to those of ________, Stephen Baxter and Ray Bradbury.
Alternate historyIsaac Asimov bibliographyIsaac AsimovScience fiction

Question 4: Poul William Anderson (November 25, 1926 – July 31, 2001) was an American ________ author who wrote during a Golden Age of the genre.
Science fictionCyberpunkAlternate historyScience fiction fandom

Question 5: Fitting his love for olden years, this kind of learned writing has been named ________ after him.
Inkhorn termOld EnglishAnglishEnglish language

Question 6: Poul Anderson was born on November 25, 1926 in ________.
Bristol Township, Bucks County, PennsylvaniaDoylestown, PennsylvaniaBristol, PennsylvaniaFalls Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania

Question 7: Poul Anderson, an essay by ________
William TennTheodore SturgeonImmodest ProposalsPittsburgh

Question 8: Poul Anderson at the ________
FacebookScience fictionCory DoctorowOnline general-interest book databases

Question 9:
  • My Own, My Native Land - Rustum story first published in the anthology Continuum 1 (1974) edited by ________.
    Brian AldissRoger ElwoodScience fictionHarlan Ellison

Question 10: He was also a founding member of the ________.
Society for Creative AnachronismUnited StatesLouisianaAlaska


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