RE: RARA-AVIS: Hello from new member Jonathan Maberry

From: Ron Clinton (
Date: 15 Jun 2009

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    Welcome, Jonathan -- I've read GHOST ROAD BLUES and enjoyed it, and your PATIENT ZERO is on my to-get list.

    For the info that you need, you may also want to solicit the members of PulpMags...I suspect they'd be a terrific resource for you. BTW, I love historical reference books about pulps and paperbacks...what is the focus of yours?

    Ron Clinton

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    > Just joined the group. I'm an author and comic book writer. I write
    thrillers for St.
    > Martins Griffing (Patient Zero, etc), supernatural thrillers for Pinnacle
    (Ghost Road
    > Blues, etc.), YA for Simon & Schuster (Rot & Ruin, Dust & Decay), nonfic
    books on
    > pop culture, folklore, etc. for Citadel (Zombie CSU, Vampire Universe,
    etc.), movie
    > tie-ins for Tor (The Wolfman), and comics for Marvel (Black Panther,
    > Wolverine, etc.).
    > Currently I'm researching the pulp era for a chapter in my next nonfic
    > Recently interviewed Charles Ardai (of Hard Case Crime), and a few of the
    > who have contributed to that line.
    > Looking for folks who know the older pulps and are willing to talk about
    > conflicted characters, the struggle of good & evil, and bizarre villains
    in the pulps.
    > -Jonathan Maberry
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