"The story of pulps in Australia before World War II is a story of literary snobbery, moral outrage and efforts to limit access and distribution" Check out @stuartkells new ebook online https://t.co/B8Ek4ZkjFB #openaccess
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The La Trobe eBureau has published its latest title Australian pulps 1939–1959: You go high, we go low by Stuart Kells. This publication is available right now and free to download from the eBureau website.
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