Pulp Writer: Twenty Years in the American Grub Street
A master of driving pace, exotic setting, and complex plotting, Harold Lamb was one of Robert E. Howard's favorite writers. Here at last is every pulse-pounding, action-packed story of Lamb's greatest hero, Khlit the Cossack, the "wolf of the steppes.
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Powers (1905-71) was the consummate pulp writer: from 1928 to '43, he wrote hundreds of stories under various pseudonyms for magazines like Wild West Weekly and Weird Tales. He also lived the life of ... Read full review
This is an excellent book - the meat of the piece is the memoirs of Paul Powers, pulp writer, but the insightful essays by Laurie Powers add much to the work. I found this book fascinating and one of the few on the market to give a real insight into the life of a pulp writer.
10 Tricks of the Trade
11 Tumbleweed in Arizona
12 Pilgrim in Santa Fe
13 A Pulp Writers Problems
Life after the Pulps