Give 'Em Guns, He Says

September 1956
Saturday Evening Post;9/29/1956, Vol. 229 Issue 13, p152
Focuses on author Dave Markson of New York. Editorial responsibilities of Markson with Lion Books; Plot of his short story published within the issue; Views of Markson on the short story published within the issue.


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