4 edition of Pulpwood editor found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PN4877 .H4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii p., 1l., 301 p.|
|Number of Pages||301|
|LC Control Number||37013812|
In Stokes Publishing House released "Pulpwood Editor" by Harold Hersey. It was well reviewed by critics. Hersey's literary agent arranged a contract with a lecture bureau to conduct nationwide speaking tour for three years at public libraries, rotary clubs, civic meetings, and women's groups. Pulpwood Editor – The Fabulous World of the Thriller Magazine Revealed by a Veteran Editor and Publisher First Edition $ Add to cart; Baum | L. Frank The Army Alphabet First Edition $ Add to cart; Byron | Lord [Frank Sinatra Association Copy].
Pulpwood Days, edited by John Locke, collects over two dozen articles from writer's magazines () by and about pulp magazine editors. Articles are supplemented by biographical materials, photos/illustrations, and a complete index. One editor you do want to know is John Locke who here has gathered some great articles from the publishing trade magazines of the 20s up through the end of the pulp era. Together, the articles give an insider's look at the fiction factories that tried to sate the public's boundless appetite for reading material.
In , Kathy L. Patrick was flying high. She had a new book based on her unusual life, The Pulpwood Queen’s Tiara-Wearing Book-Sharing Guide to Life; she was appearing on Good Morning America. Your editor gives it to multiple other editors, like copy editors, line editors, and production editors. They all do their job. You take a peek at the work when it is sent to you. You really should read it over to check it for errors (I don’t – my eyes go cross-eyed reading my own books for some reason) each time.
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Mr. Cudworths sermon preached before the honble House of Commons, at Westminster, March 31st, 1647
Two decades of research and creative writings at West Virginia state college
PULPWOOD EDITOR: The Amazing World of the thriller Magazines Hardcover – by Harold Brainerd Hersey (Author)5/5(1).
The pulp era lasted from about to the early s, and at its peak it provided a unique form of mass entertainment. At any given time, there were as many as available pulp titles, usually monthly, more than most news stands could display, and the couple of /5(2).
: PULPWOOD EDITOR: REVIEW slip tipped to free endpaper. Original green cloth little edge Pulpwood editor book else VG in supplied FINE color reproduction dust jacket made from a little flawed original. At this point, inhe wrote Pulpwood Editor, which was his personal guide to pulp publishing.
It speaks of the readers, the editors, and writers of the pulp world. Each chapter is focused on a different topic, so you can skip around or read it straight through.
One looks at the creation of a pulp. He was none other than legendary editor Harold Hersey and, while his record is checkered, he remains one of the giants of the pulps, those cheaply-made and eye-catching magazines that fed America’s popular fiction appetites for half a Rating: % positive.
This book, Pulpwood Editor, is a collection of observations on the pulp industry, that lasted until the s. The Reagan Diaries Eye On Nixon - A Photographic Study of the President and the Man.
Harold Brainerd Hersey (Ap – March ) was an American pulp editor and publisher, publishing several volumes of poetry. His pulp industry observations were published in hardback as Pulpwood Editor ().
He was none other than legendary editor Harold Hersey and, while his record is checkered, he remains one of the giants of the pulps, those cheaply-made and eye-catching magazines that fed America’s popular fiction appetites for half a century.
Here again is Pulpwood Editor, the first testament of the great era of the pulps. Includes black-and-white illustrations of hundreds of rare covers from Hersey's amazing career. Pulpwood Editor: The Fabulous World of the Thriller Magazines Revealed by a Veteran Editor and Publisher by John Hersey avg rating — 3 ratings — published One of my two “jobs” during the weekend was to moderate a panel on Friday night to launch the anthology I edited, The Pulpwood Queens Celebrate 20 Years.
Kathy L. Murphy, founder and director of the Pulpwood Queens, counted as 33 contributors to the anthology signed books after the panel—a record she believes might be worthy of the Guinness Book of World Records. Pulpwood Editor: The Fabulous World of the Thriller Magazines Revealed by a Veteran Editor and Publisher.
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[Harold Brainerd Hersey]. Dear Pulpwood Queens and Timber Guys Book Club Members, Readers, Writers, Authors, Book Lovers Everywhere. When it comes to writing everybody needs a good editor, so when I heard this breaking news from Pulpwood Queen Author, Julie Perkins Cantrell, winner of a Crossover Pulpwood Queen Book of the Year, multiple Christy Award winner, my heart began to sing.
Pulpwood Editor, by Harold Brainerd Hersey (Frederick A. Stokes Company, ). Buchans (3, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article in the early s.
"The Pulpwood Queens Celebrate 20 Years" edited by Susan Cushman. This is an anthology of nearly 70 stories, essays, and poems written by Pulpwood Queen Book Club Authors and members who also happen to be writers including one of my family members.
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I was literally unable to put this book down. Sasser is a gifted author and I would highly recommend that readers everywhere bump this book to the top of their Want to Read list and savor the experience!/5.
Published by R. Fawcett. Edited by Jessica Amanda Salmonson. An unusual magazine, a miscellany of gloomy, macabre tales of ghosts, death, doom, darkness, discouragement, sinister fairies, and all things supernaturally Decadent and appalling. In his pulp publishing memoir Pulpwood Editor (), Hersey calls Ranch Romances "my home run." It was one of the few magazines left relatively unsullied by Depression economics when Clayton Magazines called it quits in For all NEW members, the first book you are to read is The Pulpwood Queens’ Tiara Wearing, Book Sharing Guide to Life by Kathy L.
Murphy as it explains everything you need to know on why, how, where, and when the book club started and why I am on a mission to get everyone reading.The PQs are the largest meeting and discussing book club in the world, led by book maven Kathy Murphy, with over chapters.
Not only was I able to connect with readers from all over the country, but I also met over thirty accomplished authors.
As the “new kid on the block,” I thought it would be fun to solicit their best editing advice.