Bagombo Snuff Box: Uncollected Short Fiction
Before the Golden Age of magazines drew to a close half a century ago -- soon to be beaten at the entertainment game by the new little boxes with moving images that were finding their way into the homes of more and more Americans -- a young PR man at General Electric sold his first short story to one of the doomed publications. By the time he'd sold his third, he decided to quit GE and join the likes of Hemingway and Fitzgerald and Faulkner. and try to make a living at fifteen hundred dollars a pop. With four major magazines running five stories each week and smaller ones scouting as well, it was a seller's market, and Kurt Vonnegut was delighted -- and comfortable -- being published regularly by The Saturday Evening Post, Collier's, Argosy, and others.
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Review: Bagombo Snuff BoxUser Review - Sarahlucas - Goodreads
Babombo Snuff Box is a collection of Kurt Vonnegut's short stories. It was the first collection of his short stories that I had read, and I hold it very close to my heart. Kurt Vonnegut is my all time ... Read full review
Review: Bagombo Snuff BoxUser Review - Hrishabh Chaudhary - Goodreads
What a surely, purely, coincidentally, appropriate title! I say this, because this book is nothing short of a snuff box for a Vonnegut fan and that is how I have been using it for past 2 weeks. One or ... Read full review