Awesome! But whose this Bill Crider guy? LOL
Nice. I always like reading your lists of "favorites", and it's a treat to see the current set.I usually say "Red Wind" when asked about a favorite Chandler story, but having just read a bookfull of them, I'm not sure. They're almost all really good. I got a kick out of "Mandarian's Jade" and liked "Lady in the Lake" and "No Crime in the Mountains" enough to consider re-reading that (Lake) novel.Anyhow, great interview!
I'm going to have to go back and read "The Marching Morons." Kornbluth and your other picks are rock solid.
That story's no longer fiction.
Plus ca change, Bill...Kornbluth was looking around at the early '50s, after all...
Good interview, nice to jump a little outside the usual lines.
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