Nina Wilcox Putnam

Forgotten Women of Genre

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Nina Wilcox Putnam

Forgotten Women of Genre

From her very first published story at age 11 through her decades-long career, writer Nina Wilcox Putnam showed that she could write almost anything. From short stories to film adaptions to tax forms to children’s novels to a syndicated humor column, Putnam was the very definition of prolific. But her most surprising legacy is her role in the original canon of horror films, as the person who began to tell the story of Universal’s The Mummy.

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From her very first published story at age 11 through her decades-long career, writer Nina Wilcox Putnam showed that she could write almost anything. From short stories to film adaptions to tax forms to children’s novels to a syndicated humor column, Putnam was the very definition of prolific. But her most surprising legacy is her role in the original canon of horror films, as the person who began to tell the story of Universal’s The Mummy.

See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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