Pulp Icons:: Erle Stanley Gardner and His Pulp Magazine Characters by Jeffrey Marks
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Overview: This is the only in-depth look at the pulp characters created by mystery author Erle Stanley Gardner, the prolific author who would go on to write the series of Perry Mason mysteries. Gardner wrote over 650 pulp short stories and novelettes, writing nearly as many words for the pulps as he did for the novels that he is more well-known for. He began a rapid pace of 100,000 words a month for nearly 20 years, beginning in the mid-1920s. This monograph looks at the breadth of characters written by Gardner for the pulps.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational