But the trails weren't all dead ends. His Ranch Romances, the novel blend of western and romance which suffered a host of imitators, was one of the most successful titles of them all, and one of the last left standing. In 1937, this fascinating figure wrote down everything he knew about the pulp business: how it worked, how it didn't, how it had progressed, peppering the account with tales of the writers, editors, and publishers - reputable and otherwise - he met along the way. 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.
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First Published: 1937
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