Saturday Morning Western Pulp: Thrilling Western, June 1946
It's odd the things we remember. A few days ago I drove by the strip shopping center in a neighboring town where one of my daughters took dance lessons almost 25 years ago. I always sat out in the car and read while she was in class, and I distinctly remember reading this issue of THRILLING WESTERN. I don't remember much about the contents, except that I liked the Walt Slade story by "Bradford Scott" (really A. Leslie Scott) and I think I enjoyed the one by Nels Leroy Jorgensen, too. But that's it. Don't recall a thing about the ones by Barry Scobee, Ben Frank, Mel Pitzer, Stephen Payne, and Joe Archibald. I got a lot of good reading done during that dance class.