Re: RARA-AVIS: Best works of criticism and background?

From: Michael Robison (
Date: 28 Sep 2006

Jeff Vorzimmer wrote:

I was going to ask this question myself. I agree with Hardboiled America, but I would recommend starting with that rather than Pulp Jungle, I would recommend reading Gruber after reading some of the pulp writers from the thirties, especially some of the pulp collections. I think it's more interesting when you know a little bit about the writers he talks about.

************* I agree about Pulp Jungle. If you don't have any feel for the players, I don't think it would be as interesting. Most people who have been on this list for a while would have some familiarity with them, even if they haven't read them.


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