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Compiled and deftly edited by John Locke, Pulp Fictioneers: Adventures In The Storytelling Business is a unique and riveting anthology of true tales taken directly from the personal and professional lives of pulp fiction authors. Directly in the words from the men and women who set pen to paper and created the lively romance, horror, western, and science fiction tales during the "Golden Age" of pulp fiction magazines, Pulp Fictioneers tells it like it is -- from Arthur J. Burks' warning that a freelance writer who doesn't have a stable job is at the miserable mercy of the low-paying publishing industry bureaucracy, to Leo Marguilies' take on the changes in the pulps in postwar years Pulp Fictioneers is avidly enjoyable and enthusiastically recommended reading, with insights directly applicable to aspiring free-lance writers today.