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Looking for Lost Streets: 

A Bibliographic Investigation of David Goodis's Pulp Fiction

Published by Pulp Serenade Press, June 2024

The pulp career of Goodis has long been shrouded in mystery. Newly discovered evidence sheds light not only on which stories he wrote under pseudonyms, but also the vast network of fellow pulp writers who shared the same pen names. Looking for Lost Streets presents the most complete bibliography of Goodis's short work to date.

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Cullen Gallagher is a writer and editor with nearly twenty years of experience specializing in film and literary criticism. When he's not reading or writing, he's usually singing and playing guitar and pursuing his life-long love of music. Currently living in Brooklyn, NY, he holds an MA in Cinema Studies from NYU and a MLIS from Queens College.

His most recent book is Looking for Lost Streets: A Bibliographic Investigation of David Goodis's Pulp Fiction (2024, Pulp Serenade Press). King Vidor in Focus: On the Filmmaker's Artistry and Vision, co-authored with Kevin L. Stoehr, will be published by McFarland Books in August 2024.

His non-fiction has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Paris Review, Not Coming to a Theater Near You, Arrow Films and Film Movement home video liner notes, and the anthologies Cult Cinema: An Arrow Video Companion (2016) edited by Anthony Nield, and Screen Slate: New York City Cinema 2011-2015 (2017) edited by Jon Dieringer. 

His fiction has been published in the anthologies Bourbon & A Good Cigar (2018) and Time to Myself (2018), both edited by Scott Harris, as well as in the webzines Crime Factory and Beat to a Pulp.

He blogs about books and movies at Pulp Serenade

Additionally, he's curated film/video programs at the Hamptons International Film Festival, UnionDocs, 92Y Tribeca, and has worked as a copyeditor and proofreader on several books and film festival catalogs.