The Press: Pulps & Prices

From the Manhattan office of American Fiction Guild, which is the apartment of its President Arthur J. Burks, went two exciting market tips to woodpulp magazine writers last week. One was that the editors of Dell Publishing Co.'s three "pulps" need new material. The other: that Clayton Magazines are again paying on acceptance of stories (instead of on publication), which meant that their literary inventory is near bottom.

Pulp writers everywhere seized upon these tips with new hope. Perhaps other big publishers who have been printing copy "out of the safe" for...

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