|Altus Press: Pulp Blog
- Now online!
Altus Press Latest Releases: The Lost Spider Novel, Dusty
Ayres, and a New Issue of Black Mask Magazine
The Next Wave of The H. Bedford-Jones Library is Here
Mavericks Headlines the Next Wave of Popular Hero Reprints
The Thrilling Heroes Return to Print
Moon-Blind by Erik Van Lhin (American Science Fiction Magazine
American Fantasy Press
ART OF HUBERT ROGERS
coming in September!
Doug Ellis and Bob Garcia spread
the news at Windy City Pulp & Paperback Show this weekend about
their new summer project: THE ASTOUNDING ART OF HUBERT ROGERS.
They expect to be ready in September or so to launch
a new Kickstarter for it.
Rogers was the premier artist for ASTOUNDING in the
1930s, with covers for the sf classics, SLAN, GREY LENSMAN, FOUNDATION
and most of the Robert A. Heinlein novels that appeared in the mag.
If that wasn't enough, his covers also appeared on pulps
from ARGOSY to ADVENTURE.
The book is being produced with the cooperation of Rogers'
family, giving access to rare material such as photos, sketches,
prelims, proofs and original art, which should allow us to produce
a book that we hope you'll find astounding!
This is going to be a fantastic
American Mythology Productions
and Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.
you haven't heard, this summer American Mythology Productions is expanding
their line of Edgar
Rice Burroughs comics to include
CARSON OF VENUS and THE
MOON MAID, joining PELLUCIDAR and THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT!
American Mythology Productions is releasing
a four-part series that creates one shared universe under the banner "Fear
on Four Worlds," the crossover event that you've been waiting for!
They put a lot of hard work and research into this
to make it the most exciting, lovingly-rendered, and accurate expansion
of some of ERB's greatest lost worlds.
The action begins in June with CARSON OF VENUS #1,
followed by THE MOON MAID #1 in July, PELLUCIDAR #1 in August, and just
announced, THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT #1 in September.
Written by Christopher Mills and Mike Wolfer, and illustrated
by Cyrus Mesarcia and Gabriel Rearte, you'll see all of your favorite Burroughs
"bad guys" like the Mahars, the Va-gas, the Horibs, and MORE!
NOW is the time to be an ERB fan, so if you don't want
to miss any of these incredible comics, RUSH to your local comic book store
NOW and tell them to order them, only from American Mythology Productions!
- Now online!
Nothing new this week
Doc Brazen: Millenium Bug - A Doc Savage Pastiche
Secret Agent X, Volume 6 from Airhsip
Four in the Way:
Vol. 2 of the Saints and Sinners Series
Doc Savage Pastiches
"Three on a Match"
- Sergio Leone meets Barsoom
Bobby Nash discusses
"Sanderson of Metro"
The Land of
Always Night: Doc Savage - MP3 CD
Doc battles a chalk-white faced villain
named Ool who can kill with the touch of a finger and possesses
a strange pair of dark goggles. The battle against the villain leads
to a lost civilization hidden deep in the earth where Doc and his
fabulous five face an otherworldly challenge.
Full cast of narrators includes Roger Clark, Kevin
Pariseau, Marc Vietor, Lauren Fortgang, Victor Bevine, Peter
Ganim, Angelo Di Loreto, Nick Sullivan, Jonathan Davis, and Gabriel
Listening Length: 5 hours and 3 minutes
Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania
By Ed Hulse
The Shadow, The Spider, The Avenger,
Doc Savage, The Black Bat, The Phantom
Detective — these swashbuckling
heroes of mid-20th-century pulp fiction all
had one thing in common: They fought crime
from outside the law, unhindered by red tape
and unmindful of such legal niceties as
due process. They fought with fists and guns, for the
most part hiding their true identities beneath outlandish
costume and grotesque disguises.
This collection of essays by distinguished
pulp-fiction aficionados chronicles
the era of single-character magazines
from offbeat angles and with keen insight. The
pieces herein analyze key stories and
characters while offering rare, behind-the-scenes
glimpses of authors and editors at work,
crafting and polishing the pulp-paper fever
dreams that enthralled millions of young readers
during the Great Depression, World War II, and
beyond. Ed Hulse, editor of Blood ‘n’ Thunder, the
award-winning journal of adventure, mystery and melodrama,
has assembled these affectionate essays
with loving care and a discerning eye for the high-water
marks in this phase of American popular culture.
This third volume of Blood ‘n’ Thunder
Presents, like its predecessors,
is profusely illustrated with pulp-magazine
covers and original artwork.
Cover Art by Rafael De Soto
Introduction by Ed Hulse
220 pgs., paperback, 8 1/2 X 11
PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING AND HANDLING TO
OVERSEAS BUYERS MUST INQUIRE FOR SHIPPING
RATES BEFORE PLACING ORDERS
'N' Thunder / Murania Press:
EDitorial Comments - Now online!
2018 Windy City Film Program
Murania Press 2017 Year-End Sale
BLOOD ‘N’ THUNDER Back-Issue Availability
Bold Venture Press
thrills and horrific villains in the tradition of H.P. Lovecraft and G-8
& His Battle Aces!
Out of the night explodes an engine of unimaginable fury, powered
by the drive to accumulate and hoard for the mere sake of possession
— a force that draws its strength from the perpetual motion of irreconcilable
imperatives engaged in timeless opposition; a beast that should be
a myth, but thrives on the nightmares that well out of the unconscious
when the unconscious is untethered from myth. The Mysteriarchs of
the Abyss have shackled and enslaved the primordial evil that has guarded
their hideous treasure troves for eons — a dragon of gargantuan proportions
with more destructive rage than the Great War itself!
Also features the short story "Zohar of the Jungle" by Stuart
To the world at large, The Twilight Patrol is a high-flying band
of scrappy patriots, ever alert for trouble and always willing to lend
a hand. To the sinister foes lurking behind the Axis horizon, they are
a force to be reckoned with in the onslaught against freedom. To their
fans, The Twilight Patrol is the bravest assortment of adventurers ever
brought together to confront the dark forces threatening our mortal realm.
8.5" x 11"
Paperback: $14.95 / eBook: $3.99
Bringing Back Classic Adventure One Page
at a Time - Now online!
Vintage Reads – The Sword of Rhiannon
Vintage Reads – The Tritonian Ring and Other Pusadian Tales
Vintage Reads – The Dying Earth
and Blasters - Now online!
Pulp Appeal: Econoclash Review #1 - New!
Pulp Appeal: CIRSOVA #5
Issue 5 of Broadswords and Blasters Available Now!
Pulp Consumption: Sharp Ends
THE BRONZE GAZETTE
for 2018 now, as the price will
rise after this special offer ends!
The 2018 Issues are numbers 81, 82,
Please note that Bronze Gazette Special
Editions are not included in any
subscription, but may be purchased separately.
|THE BRONZE GAZETTE
#81 is now available and recommended!
The Bronze Gazette
"The State of the World of Bronze" by Chuck
"Notes on a Doc Savage Illustration" by Dan Brereton
"The Stories Behind
the Story" by David Avallone
"Reviewing the Ring of Fire" by Bobb Cotter
"The Girl Who Hated Doc Savage" by Dafydd Neal
"Doc Savage and the WEP" by Julián Paga
"Sons of Savage: Doc Caliban" by Art
"Doc Has a Gun!" by Michael Ingalls
Back Cover: Tim Faurote imagines Doc and the
Fatal Five in the style of James Bama
Everything, new and old, is beautifully designed
by Kez Wilson.
You can order available single issues
Subscribe for 2018
(Issues 81, 82, and 83) at: http://www.bronzegazette.com/subscribe/
$45.00 Canada (US Dollars)
(Prices Include Postage)
for available back issues!
House Blog - Now online!
The Pulp Swordsmen: Duar - New!
Sensor Sweep: Harold Lamb, Shaver and Lovecraft, Windy City
Pulp & Paperback Show -
Short Reviews – Hide and Seek, by Arthur C. Clarke
Elric: The Ruby Throne
Tales From the Magician’s Skull #1
Sensor Sweep: A. Merritt, Leigh Brackett, Dungeons of Chaos,
and Rocket’s Red Glare
|Conan le Cimmérien - La reine
de la côte noire - Coming May 2!
Writer Jean-David Morvan
Designer Pierre Alary
Pursued for killing a judge, Conan found refuge
in extremis on a merchant ship. But shortly after setting sail, the Cimmerian
and his new companions face a threat: the pirates of the legendary Bêlit,
self-proclaimed Queen of the Black Coast! After a tough fight, Conan is a
sensation to his terrible opponent who soon falls in love. She sees in him
the one she has always expected, the pirate king who will lead his men to
Jean-David Morvan and Pierre Alary deliver a great performance of The
Queen of the Black Coast, Conan's matrix narrative that shows all the facets
of the character and forms the synthesis of its mythological essence.
Hardcover, 240 x 320 mm, 64 pages, Full
Color, 14.95 €
EAN / ISBN: 9782344011966
Hardcover, 275 x 368 mm, 64 pages, Black
& White, 29.50 €
EAN/ISBN : 9782344029503
|Conan le Cimmérien - Le colosse
noir - Coming May 2!
Screenwriter Vincent Brugeas
Draftsman and Colorist Ronan Toulhoat
Based in the city of Khoraja, Conan tries his
luck serving Amalric's mercenaries. While waiting for the fight, he leads
a life of ordinary troop, drinking and frolicking in the taverns. Fate catches
up with him one night as he accidentally meets Yesmala, princess and regent
of the kingdom in person. She would have seen Conan in a dream: the gods have
designated him as the general who must lead his armies against the demonic
hordes of the wizard Nathok. As a private soldier, Conan the barbarian becomes
the only hope of an entire kingdom.
The authors of the remark Roy des Ribauds plunge us into a black and warlike
adventure imbued with witchcraft.
The trait of Ronan Toulhoat unfolds all its excess in the gigantism of
architectures and epic battles.
Hardcover, 240 x 320 mm, 72 pages,
Full Color, 14.95 €
EAN / ISBN: 9782344012475
Hardcover, 275 x 368 mm, 72 pages, Black
& White, 29.50 €
EAN/ISBN : 9782344029510
Almanak of Mystery, Adventure, and the Wild West - Now online!
Forgotten Books: AT THE STROKE OF MIDNIGHT by John K. Butler
(1998) - New!
Comic Gallery: CAPTAIN SCIENCE (1950-51) - New!
Comic Book Story: "The Spawn of Venus" by WALLY WOOD
Pulp Gallery: ACE G-MAN STORIES (1936) - New!
Movie Posters of 1915 - New!
The Art of Frank Hamilton (Part 4)
Comic Gallery: PRINCE VALIANT
Pulp Gallery: BATTLE STORIES
Doc Savage Out West! in MR. CALAMITY by Will Murray
The Digest Enthusiast
|The Digest Enthusiast
Blog - Now online!
Magazine of Horror #36 Apr. 1971
Broadswords and Blasters #5 Spring 2018
Black Cat Mystery Magazine #2
Magazine of Horror #35 Feb. 1971
Pulp Literature #18 Spring 2018
Pulp Literature 17 Winter 2018
|DMR Books Blog - Now online!
Out of Space and Time by Clark Ashton Smith
Forefathers of Sword and Sorcery: Harold Lamb
Who "Made" Conan and Robert E. Howard? -- Part One
The Savage Swords of Louis L'Amour
Reavers of Skaith: Saving the Last For First
"I Dream in Fire But Work in Clay" - Arthur Machen
|Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.
By Lee Strong
Northern Russia, 1924: The Red Army is eliminating those
who resist the fledgling Soviet government. At The Battle of the Plutonian
Plain, the White Russian forces, aided by wily American Edgar Rice Burroughs,
do not fall, instead retreating into the dangers of Pellucidar. Comrade Trotsky,
the Soviet leader, sends his troops to hunt them down—and destroy them.
Illustrated by Douglas Klauba
Now available in hardcover!
Mikhail Kirillivitch Kirov, a young conscript caught up in this mad scheme,
is fascinated by this new world. Formerly a student anthropologist, he finds
Pellucidar’s Stone Age landscape and inhabitants a revelation—until he’s
grabbed by a mammoth Skal and flown back to its aerie to feed its giant offspring.
Thus begins Kirov’s astounding adventure in the Northern environs of Pellucidar,
rife with its incredible Paleolithic animal life, including Skals, Trals
and Dyals, tremendous birds with sharp talons and fierce beaks; Ryths, the
huge Stone Age cave bears whose claws can tear a man apart; and the vicious
Jaloks, hyaenodons whose wild packs slaughter their prey mercilessly. These
and other fantastic beasts stalk Kirov as he navigates the complex world of
Pellucidar’s most dangerous predator: Man.
To survive, Kirov must escape slavery from the Beautiful Ala and her mighty
Black Birdriders, foster a civil war, impress the natives with his “inventions,”
conquer the terrifying Pulka Horde, and become a warlord of several tribes
as they flee the Soviet invaders. It’s a tale in the grand tradition of Edgar
Rice Burroughs’ epic adventures at The Earth’s Core.
Lee Strong’s heart was captured by the dinosaurs found At the Earth’s
Core in 1962—he has been a Burroughs reader ever since. Lee also worked
for the US Department of Defense (DOD); changed international policy with
a single report; deployed to Kuwait; saved taxpayers $5 million; and reformed
the $2 billion DOD Personal Property Program. A Soldier of Poloda is Lee’s
first novel. He is currently working on two Pellucidar novels with more
to come. Lee’s motto: More Adventure ! More Excitement !! More Burroughs
An award-winning illustrator, Douglas Klauba was
born and raised in Chicago, and is a graduate of the American Academy of
Art. Doug's paintings have been included in the art annuals of Spectrum: The
Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, the Society of Illustrators, and Imagine
FX magazine. His painting, "Mercury Jack," exhibited in the Spectrum Show
at the Museum of American Illustration and another of his paintings,"Da Vinci's
Dream" was awarded Best in Show at the 2005 World Fantasy Convention. A poster
of his painting, "Stella 7" can be seen hanging on Howard Wolowitz's bedroom
wall on the hit television show, The Big Bang Theory. He was Artist Guest
at the 2016 Oum Oum, and previously provided interior art for Tarzan Trilogy..
Famous (and forgotten) Fiction!
Continuing our reprinting of Edmond Hamilton, we present
"The Atomic Conquerors," from the August, 1926 issue
of Weird Tales with the original title art and an introduction by Bob Gay.
Also, a bit of humor by the artist Stanley L. Wood, in an article entitled
“Authors—from an Artist's Standpoint,” wherein Wood demonstrates
that he had not only a very sharp wit, but also a gift for caricature, just
as it appeared in the March, 1904 issue of Pearson's Magazine (UK).
Since the flu season was a
bit rougher than normal this year, we thought it was a good time
to resurrect a short novel by Jack London, The Scarlet Plague, which tells of the end of civilization
due to a rather nasty disease.
We have reproduced all the Gordon Grant illustrations,
all the text and have thrown in an introduction by Bob Gay that
sets the novel in context.
A tale of
romance and piracy with a twist...The She Fiend (by an unknown author) gives us a female
pirate with all the cunning
and wiles of the Dragon Lady. Introduction
is by Dan Neyer.
month we present for your approval
the very first published story by F. Scott
Fitzgerald, "The Mystery of the Raymond Mortgage."
We have tried
to put together a "definitive" edition
of this early work and hope you enjoy it.
Introduction by Bob Gay.
Since the we are
in the midst of the holiday season,
we thought a Christmas offering might
be appreciated, and so we are happy to present
a story by
Bret Harte, "How Santa Claus Came to Simpson's Bar," just as it
appeared (with a few editorial interpolations)
in the March, 1872 issue of
The Atlantic Monthly. Introductory notes
are by Bob Gay.
Just in time for
Halloween, we present what is probably
the most popular story to appear in Weird
Tales, "The Night Wire" by H. F. Arnold.
Read it at night with the lights turned
Since we are now
in the season of Fall (and not wanting
to miss the chance for a pun), this month
we present Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's tale of
a famous fall, The Adventure of the Final Problem, just as it appeared
in the December, 1993 issue of The Strand
Magazine, including the illustrations
by Sidney Paget. An introduction
by Dan Neyer is also included and he makes
some interesting points about our current
perceptions of Professor Moriarty...
Also, if you are new to the site,
you might wish to read Dan's biography of Doyle and possibly peruse some of
our other Doyle stories.
We've added a new
Author Collection to FAFF, and are
pleased to present The Edmond Hamilton Collection.
Like our other Author Collections,
our initial offering begins with
a biography of Hamilton and we've also
included Hamilton's very first story,
The Monster God of Mamurath.
In the months to come, we will be adding
additional Hamilton stories to
the collection and will also be adding
more early science fiction by names
both famous and forgotten.
This month, we
present "The Jameson Satellite," direct from the pages of the
July, 1931 issue of Amazing Stories, along
with an introduction by Bob Gay.
Also, we have added another annotated
gallery of Bob's Stuff, with even more wonderment from Bob's boxes
Andrew Jones - Now online!
Windy City Recap
Tales From the Magician’s Skull Issue 2
Sea-Kings of Mars
The Skull Lives
Jerry Schneider Enterprises
By Walter Gibson
A "LIVING" MUMMY haunts Buff Brewster's every step
on the expedition seeking the lost tomb of Egypt's ancient Prince Reth.
Fighting time to find the treasure crypt de-signed by Pattak the Tomb Builder,
the archaeologists plead with the Egyptian government to postpone con-struction
of a dam which will flood the site. But time is not the only enemy of the
expedition. For Pattak himself- whose mummy is missing from a London museum-seemingly
has returned to life to oppose the violation of his masterwork!
The curator of the museum, determined to prove his the-ory that the "forgotten
Pharaoh" was banished from the Valley of Kings, arms Biff with a precious
golden scarab to guard him in the Valley of Ghosts.
Biff successfully braves the perils of the mummy's men-ace, only to find
himself challenged by worshippers of Thoth, an even older deity of the dead,
who supposedly lost the battle of the gods centuries ago.
Trapped by the duplicity of a friend, Biff uses ancient magic to extricate
himself and his companions, only to learn that it takes modern miracles to
keep the "mummy" from hoarding the treasure for himself alone!
6 x 9 inch
Retail Price $19.95
Our Price $14.95
|JOE KUBERT'S TARZAN AND
THE LION MAN ARTIST EDITION HC - Now available!
(Writer/Art/Cover) Joe Kubert
Collecting the brilliant Joe Kubert’s final Tarzan
stories in the acclaimed and multi-Eisner Award-winning
Artist’s Edition format.
the third Tarzan novel adapted by Joe Kubert, Tarzan
and the Lion Man, as well as five additional stories.
Tarzan issues 224, 225, 227, 228, 229, 231, 232, 233,
and 234. Featuring Kubert’s masterful handling of Edgar
Rice Burroughs classic creation—this is truly as good
as comics get!
12x17, 176 pages, B&W, $125.00
KULL ETERNAL #3 - Arriving in comic shops May 2!
(Writer) Tom Waltz (Art)
Cover A: Luca Pizzari
Cover B: Bart Sears (Not shown)
Cover C: Julio Das Pastoras (retailer
Robert E. Howard’s legendary
warrior king returns!
through time continues as he moves from bloody
revolution to even bloodier civil war, only
to find a hideous evil lurks in the night, threatening
to forever change the New Atlantis' future.
Can Kull stop the flesh-eating monsters
that hunt in the dark before it's too late?!
Full Color, 32 pages,
Blog - Now online!
The Lone Ranger on Radio, Film, and Television
Ready Player One Movie Review
Cinevent Film Festival Turns 50
Filmfax Magazine celebrates a milestone
Robert E. Howard Newsline
New Pulp Heroes - Now online!
The Man of The Mist
The Velvet Wasp
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
Pittsburgh – Cranberry,
of Honor — Joe Lansdale
July 26 through Sunday,
July 29, 2018
Are you thinking
wondering what to expect from this year’s
PulpFest is known
for its great programming and the line-up
that we’re planning for next year’s convention
is shaping up to be one of our best.
2018 marks the
centennial of the armistice that ended
the First World War.
Also called “The
War to End All Wars” and “The Great War,”
PulpFest — The Great Convention — will be
honoring the 100th anniversary
war’s end by focusing on the so-called
“war pulps” of the early twentieth century
and the depiction of war in popular culture.
the work of Leonard H. Nason — who wrote
about soldiers and war for ADVENTURE
and other magazines —
and have presentations
on artistic interpretations of war
in comic books, pulps, and men’s adventure
Author and anthologist
Don Hutchison will moderate a panel
on “Fighting Aces of War Skies: The Pulps
Take Flight” and
Franke, III — the editor of THE BURROUGHS
BULLETIN — will discuss “Edgar Rice Burroughs
and The Great War.”
Gould will talk about his father — John
Fleming Gould — the interior artist who
illustrated every issue of G-8 AND HIS BATTLE
We’ll also be
celebrating the century mark of Grand
Master of Science Fiction Philip José
its associated convention — FarmerCon
— will be saluting the acclaimed author
of such works as ESCAPE FROM LOKI, THE DARK
HEART OF TIME, the classic Riverworld series,
Join us for panels
and presentations on “World Building
and Writing in the Nine Continuity,” “The
Dark Heart of Loki: Philip José Farmer
Revisits 1918,” and the life and legacy of Philip
We’ll also be
showing the French documentary MOI, TARZAN,
featuring Farmer, George McWhorter,
and Francis Lacassin.
And don’t forget
about our Guest of Honor — Joe Lansdale
— the author of over forty novels and
numerous short stories.
Winner of the
Edgar Award, ten Bram Stoker Awards, the
Horror Writers Association Lifetime
the British Fantasy
Award, the Inkpot Award for Contributions
to Science Fiction and Fantasy, and many
Joe will be talking
with Tony Davis — editor emeritus of
THE PULPSTER and winner of the 1999 Lamont
Award — on Saturday evening, July 28, in the
PulpFest programming room.
will also be available at other times during
For All Members
2018 members — including dealers — must
register for the convention.
membership to PulpFest 2018 if staying
at the DoubleTree: $35 (includes free early-bird
membership to PulpFest 2018 if staying
elsewhere: $40 (without early-bird shopping)
membership to PulpFest 2018 if staying
elsewhere: $70 (with early-bird shopping)
for Friday or Saturday: $20
for Sunday: $10 (available only at
Help Choose the 2018
Every year, PulpFest
recognizes the efforts of those who
work to keep the pulps alive for this and future
The Munsey Award
recognizes an individual who has given
of himself or herself for the betterment of
the pulp community.
The award is
named after Frank A. Munsey, the man
who published the first pulp magazine.
Our 2017 Munsey
Award winner was Phil Stephensen-Payne.
the 2018 Munsey Award are now being accepted.
All members of
the pulp community are welcome to nominate
someone for this year’s award.
have someone in mind that you feel worthy
to receive this prestigious award, please
let us know.
All members of
the pulp community — excepting past winners
of the Munsey, Rusty, or Lamont Awards
— are eligible.
can be sent to PulpFest marketing and
programming director Mike Chomko at email@example.com.
You can also
reach Mike at 2217 W. Fairview Street,
Allentown, PA 18104-6542.
You will need
to provide the person’s name and an explanation
describing why that person should
for nominations is May 1, 2018.
of the Munsey Award will be selected through
a vote cast by all the living Lamont, Munsey,
and Rusty Award winners.
Munsey Award will be presented on Saturday
evening, July 28, at the DoubleTree
by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry, the host
hotel for PulpFest 2018.
will take place over the last weekend
in July, beginning on Thursday evening,
July 26 and running through Sunday, July
- Now online!
"The Gold Token" by Ben Conlon from THRILLING ADVENTURES,
An American Emgineer, because he speaks the Amazon Indian's language is
asked to accompany a policeman to recapture a convict. They capture the
convict, get captured by headhunters.
"Upside Down or Backwards" by W.
C. Tuttle from ADVENTURE, April 3, 1918
A comedy western in Piperock, Montana.
"Who's Got the Turkey?" by Percy
Wilson from RAILROAD MAN'S MAGAZINE, November, 1909
Stuck working before Thanksgiving a couple of Railroad men find a way
to get a couple of turkeys.
Den by Tom Johnson
- Now online!
Angelica You Have Chosen Well
Across A Wounded Galaxy
Landscape of Darkness
- Now online!
A new pulp blog
on pulp magazines, authors and their
stories, adventure and detective pulps.
Helen Wismer - pulp editor - New!
Windy City Pulp and Paper convention 2018 - photos
Robert Ormond Case - Western Author
F.R. Buckley - biographical article
Beautiful covers #3 - N.C Wyeth in the Popular Magazine
Beautiful covers #2 - Walter Baumhofer - Western Story
Cherry Wilson - Western Author
Pulp Hermit by Tom Johnson
- Now online!
The Moneta Papers - New!
The Ganoraky Missile
Coincidence? Maybe, Maybe Not
The Black Bat
Frederick C. Davis
The Pulp.Net - Now online!
The Pulp.Net features three ongoing
Super-Fan blog written by Michael
R. Brown, That's Pulp by John Olsen,
and the long-running Yellowed Perils
written by William Lampkin.
|Pulps 1st - Spring Deal 50% off!
At Pulps1st.com there is a sale using promo
code ZSPRINGDEALS for 50% off.
The pictures at the right are only samples of what's available.
Pulps 1st has t-shirts, mugs, mouse pads,
ipad cases stamps, and more!
The Spider #60 Audiobook
The City that Paid to Die
by Norvell W. Page writing as Grant Stockbridge
Read by Nick Santa Maria
Deeper and deeper New York had
sunk in the grip of the Underworld monarch — until the law was licked at
last! But in that moment of desperation, Richard Wentworth, as the Spider,
resolved to fight the underworld with its own savage weapons. With New York’s
own police commissioner at his side, the Spider raised a fighting legion of
honest men sworn to take the law into their own hands!
While the Spider borrowed his black slouch hat and cloak from the already
thriving Shadow, the rest of the character was significantly different. The
Spider stories are all about action, emotional intensity, and pacing. Wentworth
himself is strongly emotional, plumbing the thrills of victory as readily,
and as deeply, as the depths of despair during his escapades. His long-suffering
fiancée, Nita van Sloan, is a worthy character in her own right,
though frequently relegated to the traditional role of hostage-bait. As
additional exotic spice, Wentworth maintains a Sikh manservant/warrior companion,
Ram Singh, as well as chauffeur Ronald Jackson, the sergeant from his old
army days. Rounding out the cast of characters is Commissioner of Police
Stanley Kirkpatrick, Wentworth’s staunch friend and the Spider’s greatest
adversary; Kirkpatrick himself lives in a state of constant angst for fear
that duty will one day force him to send his friend to the electric chair
as punishment for the Spider’s crimes. And indeed, that fear nearly becomes
fact on several occasions.
This thrilling Spider audiobook features acclaimed voice talent Nick Santa
Maria, who has made the Spider his own! The City that Paid to Die originally
published in The Spider magazine, September, 1938.
50% the first week.
MP3 digital download - $4.99
Audio CDs - $9.99
Total Pulp Experience. These exciting
pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an
eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original
In 1934 a new type of magazine was born. Known by various names — the
shudder pulps, mystery-terror magazines, horror-terror magazines — weird
menace is the sub-genre term that has survived today. By 1937, Ace Magazines,
the same low-rent publisher who presented readers with Captain Hazzard,
Flying Aces and Western Aces, tried to enter the field with Eerie Stories.
Unfortunately, it didn't catch on with readers, only lasting one issue before
folding. This is that issue. Eerie Stories returns in these vintage pulp
tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Virgins Of The Stone Death — Novel by Gates Alexander
The glorious young body of the girl Terry Grant loved was fated to feel
the cold embrace of death, instead of his own warm, protecting one — as
her shapely limbs turned slowly into solid stone!
The Soul-Scorchers’ Lair — Cover Story by Ronald Flagg
He had a mad desire to scorch his wife’s soul, sending the intense heat
of a blowtorch through her flesh.
Corpse Girl’s Return by Eric Lenox
She was alluring, desirable — but the newshawk shuddered. For he knew
she had slept the sleep of death with the cadavers in the morgue.
Devil’s Brew by Branton Black
Sardonically, Gavin Clark planned murder, and visioned his trembling young
wife bestowing her caresses upon a corpse...
Her Isle Of Horror by Cliff Howe
Loretta’s dark-eyed invitation made the young investigator face the horrific
monsters of her storm-lashed island.
The Pain Master’s Bride by Rexton Archer
It was stark horror that Edmund Neymores learned when he witnessed the
ghastly torment of a helpless girl as she posed for a statue of agony.
Sinister Skein by Horace Stoner
Trooper Trant had to untangle a bloody murder skein — depending on the
help of a beautiful girl who didn’t trust him because he had seen her wearing
the briefest of clothing.
Rehearsal With Doom by Terrence Flint
Middle-aged Graham Munster arranged a rehearsal with doom to force his
pretty young ward to become his bride.
Lust For Blood by Clifford Gray
The boat club’s secretary floated over corpse currents to a madman’s hideaway
where the price of life was blood.
Mate Of The Beast by Leon DuPont
Len Oakley found that no mortal man could steal a bride of the beast.
Terror’s Tomb by John Gregory
Private Detective Manton wanted to know why lovely Anne Seymour went willingly
into a pit of terror with a parchment-faced fiend.
Step-Daughter To Greed by Peter Reginald
Terrified, the girl forced her trembling legs to carry her into the tomb
of the dead — to search for an inheritance in hell...
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Robert E. Howard Days
June 8-9, 2018!
look forward to seeing you in June with
all new panels and guests, a couple
of extra-special surprise announcements and
all the traditional activities that happen every
year at Howard Days.
Robert E. Howard House
New Go Fund Me Project to excavate the Howard
House storm cellar!
In an effort to shed more light on Robert
E. Howard the man, Project Pride, the owners of the Robert E. Howard
House and Museum are partnering with the National Park Service (NPS)
and the Southeastern Archaeology Foundation (SEAF) to sponsor an
archaeological excavation at the house where Howard grew up, lived
and died, and wrote his powerful and influential fiction.
The Howard House was placed on the National
Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in 1994 and today it has been
restored to its period appearance in the 1930s. The Robert E.
Howard House and Museum is now a tourist destination for countless
fans from around the world who make the pilgrim to Cross Plains to
see the place where whole worlds were created in the mind of one man.
It is also the site for the annual gathering of fans known as Howard
Days on the second weekend in June.
At the Howard Days gathering in 2017, Floyd Carter,
Jr. who was a member of the family who purchased the home in
1970, told several Howard scholars and attendees about the presence
of a storm cellar behind the house that was now filled in and buried.
Carter suggested that there was a lot of material, possibly from
the Howards, buried in the cellar that might be recovered if it
were excavated. NPS archaeologist and Howard scholar Jeffrey Shanks
was present and talked with Mr. Carter at length about his memories
of the cellar. This led to discussions with Project Pride about the
possibility of a professional archaeological excavation to see what
could found. Because the Museum has only a handful of items from
the Howards, recovering any artifacts that date from the period when
Robert and his family lived there would add significantly to the collection.
In January, the Project Pride Board of Directors
approved Shanks's proposal for the NPS to uncover and excavate
the storm cellar, process and analyze the artifacts recovered,
and write the official report. The excavation will also be an educational
opportunity for the Cross Plains community and local schools to teach
about archaeology and the importance of preserving our shared cultural
Since the Howard House is on the National Register
of Historic Places and one of the missions of the National Park
Service is to provide technical assistance to NRHP sites, Shanks
was able to secure funding to cover the salary costs for himself and
another NPS archaeologist, Thadra Stanton, to carry out the project,
including excavation, artifact analysis, and report write-up -- a cost
of approximately $20,000. Project Pride and the Cross Plains community
will be donating lodging for the archaeological team as well as some supplies
and much-needed volunteer labor. Noted Howard experts from The Robert
E. Howard Foundation will be present to assist as well.
The remaining project costs are the travel expenses
for the team and salary for an NPS Archaeological Technician
to assist Shanks and Stanton. These costs are estimated at $3800.
Shanks approached the Southeastern Archaeology Foundation (SEAF),
a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation that assists and supports NPS
archaeological projects, to assist in securing the remaining needed
funds. In order to do so, SEAF has launched this GoFundMe crowd-sourcing
campaign to raise those funds.
This is where you come in! If you are fan of Robert
E. Howard and his stories or just support archaeology and cultural
resource preservation, we can use your financial assistance and
generosity. Because SEAF is a 501(c)3 any contribution you make is
tax deductible. We are offering several donation levels with different
gifts including the official project T-Shirt and copies of the forthcoming
archaeological report. You can even join the team in Cross Plains and
participate in the excavation!
NOTE: Any funds received in excess of the required
amount will be donated to Project Pride to help with their ongoing
costs in maintaining the the Robert E. Howard House and Museum.
Robert E. Howard
REH Foundation Awards
The REH Foundation is proud to announce
to official nominees for this year’s REH Foundation Awards, honoring
the top contributions from the previous year in Howard scholarship
and in the promotion of Howard’s life and works.
The top three nominees in each category were selected
by the Legacy Circle members of the Foundation from an outstanding
pool of eligible candidates and their contributions represent the
best of the best. (Categories with more than 3 nominees represent a
tie in the nomination voting)
All Premium members of the REH Foundation will be eligible
to vote on these nominees to determine this year’s winners (Regular
FREE members can upgrade to a Premium membership HERE).
Voting deadline is April 30th!
The winners will be announced at a special ceremony
E. Howard Days in Cross Plains on June 8.
The list of nominees is documented
at the link below.
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Spawn of the Vampire by N. Wesley Firth
MILES FROM MURDER BY FREDERICK C. DAVIS
of Weird Tales - Now online!
has created a blog in which he researches
and writes about the contributors
to Weird Tales magazine and its companion
titles, Oriental Stories and The Magic Carpet
Shaver and Lovecraft
The Shaver Mystery-Part Ten
The Shaver Mystery-Part Nine
The Shaver Mystery-Part Eight
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