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"Where Memory Hides" is a guided tour through the life and career of mystery and science fiction’s most versatile practitioner. Richard A. Lupoff has been a professional author for six decades, and a life-time fan of everything from pulp magazines to comic books, science fiction and mystery, and more. As the extensive bibliography (included in this book) demonstrates, Lupoff's credits run the gamut of fiction, nonfiction, mainstream publishing, and fan journals. In the 1960s, he penned "All In Color For a Dime," a foundation-laying work for modern comic book fandom, and "Edgar Rice Burroughs: Master of Adventure," a study of Tarzan's creator. "The Comic Book Killer" and "Marblehead" are among his best-known novels. His short story 12:01 PM, filmed twice in the 1990s, added a new sub-genre to science fiction and spawned a legion of imitators.
In "Where Memory Hides," Lupoff regales readers with triumphs and tribulations from his six-decade plus career. He also offers insights of writing, and haggling with agents, and literary criticism of authors such as Dashiell Hammett, H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Rice Burroughs, and many others.