Eugenia Bedell (April 15, 1919 - March 17, 1995)[1] was a writer for DC Comics in the early 1950s.

Life & Career Edit

According to the 1940 census, she lived in Hackensack, New Jersey with her mother Carmen, a widow and music teacher.[2] In 1952, she collaborated with songwriter Joan Javits on the book for musical Gabit: or, The Daisy Star [1]. She later became a writer for the New Yorker, Holiday Magazine, Modern Bride, House & Garden, Sports Illustrated, Christian Science Monitor, and Fodor's.

After writing a piece on Caribbean travel for a travel magazine in the 1960s, she founded Caribbean Home Rentals and Villas, International, a high-end rental agency with properties in Mexico, the Caribbean, Greece, Portugal, and Spain. [2][3][4]

She retired to West Palm Beach, Florida and joined the Audubon Society of the Everglades in 1985.[5] She passed away in 1995, at age 75.


  1. Eugenia Bedell SSDI record, Family Search. Accessed 10 Dec 2017.
  2. 1940 US Census record
Bails-icon See Eugenia Bedell's entry on Bails' Who's Who of American Comic Books.