Forces of Geek has posted an interview with Will Murray, a leading scholar of pulp fiction and the literary executor for the estate of Doc Savage creator Lester Dent:
Pulp is always relevant because solid, contemporary escapist reading is always relevant. Pulp may have migrated to TV and video games, among other frontiers unknown to dime novelists, but it always sings to us in its frenetic cracked-voiced splendor.
Murray has a lot of irons in the fire. I was especially interested in the news that DAW will release Darrell Schweitzer’s Cthulhu’s Reign anthology in April, with Murray’s “What Brings the Void.”
[Thanks to Andrew Porter for the link.]