Re: RARA-AVIS: Noir Horror? [long] [not any more]

From: Juri Nummelin (
Date: 08 Feb 2000

On Sat, 5 Feb 2000, Doug Bassett wrote:

> world. Perhaps Woolrich is best appreciated as a kind
> of surrealist? (I've noticed that many of Woolrich's
> admirers -- Ray Bradbury comes to mind -- are fantasy
> writers, not hardboiled writers.)

But didn't Bradbury also start with HB stories, at least as a side job? I've read that he used the pseudonym Dane Gregory for that (but that was a contradictory, because in the same book it was said that Dane Gregory was a real guy).


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