SIX-GUN JUSTICE SPEED LISTEN—ARNOLD HANO
In today's Six-Gun Justice Speed Listen, co-host Paul Bishop interviews wordslinging icon Arnold Hano, the 99 year old master of the Western noir... Hano is revered for his non-fiction baseball book The Day In The Bleachers, but his history in the publishing field is studded with highlights. As the first editor-in-chief of Lion Books, he guided the early careers of such acclaimed authors as Jim Thompson, Richard Matheson, and David Goodis. During his time with Bantam books, he was the editor for Western mega-star Luke Short. He also procured the book that would become Bantam's first multi-million copy seller. It's all here today in a interview filled with the lively reminiscences of a writer and editor who was there in the midst of publishing's halcyon days.
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