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The name 'Siduri' was originally used in 1940's pulp science fiction publishing as a generic, recognizable name for all anonymous submissions felt to be worthy of print. Publishers were surprised when, in 1952, an author took on that name. In interviews, Siduri admitted that she was not the author of these anonymous pieces, but was, in fact, a composite personality reverse-engineered from the published pieces. As a literary construct taken flesh, Siduri does not age and cannot be harmed, but she rapidly grew tired of the genre she had mastered, and moved on to other genres. In the 1960's, she mastered how-to technical manuals. In the 70's, she revolutionized Swahili-language erotica. The 80's saw Siduri as the master of the clown action thriller, and in the 90's, high school yearbooks went through a renaissance thanks to Siduri's intervention. This decade, Siduri has decided to grace the world of Journals for Bad People of the Future. A similar revolution can rightly be expected.