No less a writer than Erle Stanley Gardner (he of Perry Mason fame) had this to say of Mr. Conrotto:

I have had contacts, both direct and indirect, with Eugene Conrotto for many years. I have known of his activities both as a writer and an editor, and I regard him as a very talented individual with a down­ to-earth practical approach to the whole subject of writing which will be of great value to anyone interested in magazine writing.

I have a feeling that Mr. Conrotto would not only be good in a classroom, but that the type of instruction he would give pupils would be a mixture of applied journalism and a theory of writing which would make successful authors out of students.

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