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Paizo Employee Chief Creative Officer, Publisher

Howdy, folks. I recently did an interview with author Ed Gorman on Robert Silverberg's THE PLANET KILLERS and the Planet Stories line.

You can read it here!

Aargh! Nice to see that PS is not dead post-Silverberg though, as I was starting to fear.

I wasn't sure about 3 Silverberg collections in a row - and I'm still not, to a degree - but Space-Witch was pretty good, and Planet Killers is on its way now, and I am really looking forward to it.

I wonder what that Kuttner collection was like? Its funny, there is actually a little bit of Kuttner & Moore floating about, its just (for the most part) somewhat expensive. I can certainly see a great pulp collection volume out of what I have read, throwing in a little Moore too.

Paizo Employee Chief Creative Officer, Publisher

I have about a third of Kuttner's pulp output, and have a few tricks up my sleeve.

Sovereign Court

Until I see something on the schedule, I'll remain skeptical.

Paizo Employee Chief Creative Officer, Publisher

Fine by me.

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Informative interview. I am cool with PS remaining a "labor of love." I do not think we need tons of output.

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