Monday, March 22, 2010

Walter Wager Talks With Josh Alan Friedman

Later on, a whole genre of stories developed in which Allied pilots or spies, in various parts of the world, were hidden by the underground in secret headquarters, which were always brothels, cathouses. Bruce said they were doing so well, let’s do another. I said, “For God's sake, Bruce, we’ve done everything except an underwater cathouse.” He said, “I love it, do that.”

"Magazine Management (Part VII): Walter Wager" by Josh Alan Friedman.

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