Tuesday, December 21, 2010

BEAT TO A PULP: Interview with David Cranmer at Women of Mystery

I'm really late with this post: sorry, folks. You could have won a copy of BEAT TO A PULP, ROUND ONE, if I had been more on the ball. The Women of Mystery blog has a terrific interview of David Cranmer, editor of BEAT TO A PULP, ROUND ONE, and included in the interview was a chance to win a copy of the book. Unfortunately, entries closed Sunday, but I couldn't get around to reading the interview until today.

Still, a great interview of someone who has done a terrific job of keeping the spirit of pulp alive in the 21st century. I encourage you to go over and read it.

David has some kind words to say about my grandfather, whose story "The Strange Death of Ambrose Bierce," is included in the volumne. Thanks, David.



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3 comments:

David Cranmer said...

No problem, Laurie.

One of the highs of '10 remains publishing two Paul Powers tales.

Ron Scheer said...

Excellent interview. You're right.

Charles Gramlich said...

Yes, definitely an excellent interview.