Darlene Kursky was the Human secretary of Douglas Pabst at Incredible Tales of Scientific Wonder in New York City in 1953.

Darlene was a fan of science fiction which made her a natural fit for her position and endeared her to the magazine's staff of writers. When Benny Russell submitted Deep Space Nine, his story about a space station, Darlene loved the idea and found one character in particular, a joined alien with a "worm in her belly" to be "interestin', but disgustin'." She told Benny that Deep Space Nine was the best science fiction story that she had read since The Puppet Masters by Robert A. Heinlein. (DS9 episode & novelization: Far Beyond the Stars)

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