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Daisy Bacon

Shadow Magazine Vol 1 215

Real Name
Daisy Bacon
Biography:
Gender

First "Shadow" publication

Place of Birth
United States of America

Date of Birth
Date of Death

, 1899
March, 1986

Professional History

Daisy Bacon was a writer and longtime Street & Smith editor. She edited the most successful romance pulp of all time -- Love Story. She was also the editor during the final year of Doc Savage and The Shadow Magazine.

After WWII, when pulp magazines began ceasing publication, Bacon devoted herself exclusively to her writing and authored several short stories and books, including the best-selling Love Story Writer, published in 1953.

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See Also

Official Website

  • To celebrate the life of Daisy Bacon, famous pulp editor of LOVE STORY, pioneer, mentor and bestselling writer, Laurie Powers has set up a Daisy Bacon Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/daisybaconauthorizedpage). Posted are photos, old articles, autobiographical writings and several of her famous quotes. So go on over and "Like" it!


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