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The Plot Genie Index
Wycliffe A. Hill
You, too, can write pulp fiction! The 1936 writers manual that inspired the Gillian Conoley novel of the same name returns in a new edition!
Wycliffe A. Hill took the work out of writing when he unveiled his Plot Robot!(tm) When no less than the great Cecil B. De Mille criticized one of his screenplays, Hill dedicated himself to the relentless pursuit of "this thing called 'Plot.'" In the subsequent years, he developed and refined his Plot Robot before unveiling The Plot Genie(tm) to an eager writing public.
Now, you needn't trouble yourself with the "secret" of writing great pulp fiction - by using Hill's marvelous manual, fame and publication await.* As the author himself states, "A writer in a short time will be able to generate enough plot material to keep him busy writing for the rest of his life."
Bold Venture Press, a small-press imprint specializing in classic pulp fiction and new tales of suspense crafted in the pulp tradition, is proud to present this classic "writer's friend."
Watch for the "Plot Genie" supplements for popular genre fiction, coming soon from Bold Venture Press.
*Results may vary. Plot Robot sold separately, or available for download from the publisher's website.
- Publication Date:
- 1503255948 / 9781503255944
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 7.44" x 9.69"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Media Tie-In / General