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W. Paul Cook was a writer, printer and publisher who lived and wrote mostly in Vermont and Massachusetts.
 
W. Paul Cook was a writer, printer and publisher who lived and wrote mostly in Vermont and Massachusetts.
  
He wrote under his own name and the pseudonym Willis T. Crossman and was a leading figure in the hobbyist tradition of [[amateur journalism]].
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He wrote under his own name and the pseudonym Willis T. Crossman and was a leading figure in the hobbyist tradition of amateur journalism.
  
 
He knew [[Lovecraft]] and wrote ''[[H. P. Lovecraft, A Portrait]]'', published in 1968.
 
He knew [[Lovecraft]] and wrote ''[[H. P. Lovecraft, A Portrait]]'', published in 1968.
  
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Latest revision as of 13:18, 14 February 2020

(1880 -- 1948)

W. Paul Cook was a writer, printer and publisher who lived and wrote mostly in Vermont and Massachusetts.

He wrote under his own name and the pseudonym Willis T. Crossman and was a leading figure in the hobbyist tradition of amateur journalism.

He knew Lovecraft and wrote H. P. Lovecraft, A Portrait, published in 1968.


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