Year of publication: 1985
HOMICIDE SANITARIUM Fredric Brown in The Detective Pulps VOLUME 1 Introduction by Bill Pronzini The pulps, those gaudy-covered, cheap-paper, jack-of-all-fiction magazines that flourished during the first half of this century, provided a training ground for dozens of writers who eventually went on to bigger and better literary endeavors. William E. Barrett, Theodore Dreiser, Sinclair Lewis, Horace McCoy, and Tennessee Williams wrote for them. So did Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Max Brand, Edgar ...
Keywords: detective mystery noir pulps