Talk:Seabury Quinn

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(I've moved this from the article page where it does not belong)Saxophobia (talk) 20:12, 17 September 2008 (UTC)

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The story "Painted Gold" appeared in the pulp YOUNG'S MAGAZINE MAY 1919 Battered Silicon Dispatch Box has made an effort to publish Quinn's work.After the Jules de Grandin stories,Roads,The Vagabond at Arms,Weird Crimes and Servants of Satan, This I Remember and The Other Tales,this very interesting effort has anything but stopped. A book with the Hiji tales is almost ready.Battered Box also wants to publish the Profes- sor Forrester stories,but they still haven't found one story.Another interesting project is the Sturdevant tales,but there are about seven stories that still elude them. Same goes for the story Painted Gold.