In a career spanning nearly five decades W(alter) Ryerson Johnson (1901-1995) created a wide range of fiction: Western, adventure, mystery; and contributed to pulp and slick magazines, paperback fiction, nonfiction reference and young reader volumes.
Today Johnson is fondly remembered as the most popular ghost writer for Lester Dent, penning such Doc Savage adventures as "Land of Always NIght" and "The Fantastic Island." HIs pulp credits include stories to: Adventure, Short Stories, Argosy, Ace-High, Western Story Magazine, Top Notch, West, Danger Trail, Cowoy Stories, Star Western among others.HIs Len Siringo was a popular series character running in Star Western.
His slick contribution include works to Collier's, MacLean's, Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine and the Boston Sunday Globe Magazine and numerous others.
In between freelanceing were editorail stints for Popular Publications overseeing such title as The Spider, Detective Tales and Dime Mystery.
Now read his life's story, his triumphs and tragedies told in his easy, smooth style.
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