Selling at PulpFest 2018

Apr 9, 2018 by

Are you interested in selling at PulpFest 2018? If your specialty is pulp magazines, vintage paperbacks, first edition hardcovers, genre fiction, original art, series books, dime novels, men’s adventure, true crime, digest, or slick magazines, Big Little Books, B-movies, serials and related collectibles, old-time-radio shows, or Golden and Silver Age comic books, then PulpFest is for you.

The people who attend PulpFest are vintage pop culture enthusiasts and lovers of genre fiction and art. So it’s a great place to sell science-fiction books, mystery and detective fiction, adventure or western fiction, original artwork, and more. And it doesn’t have to be old! Publishers such as Adventures in BronzeAge of Aces, and Murania Press do well selling their pulp reprints and related materials. So do resellers such as Mike Chomko, Books and Martin Grams. Authors and new pulp publishers such as William Patrick MaynardFlinch Books, and Airship 27 have found PulpFest to be a great event to market today’s genre fiction.

The exhibition hall at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry will enable PulpFest 2018 to have over 100 six-foot tables in its dealers’ room. Wall tables — which are limited — will cost $90 and island tables will be $80. Dealers and their helpers will also be required to purchase regular three-day memberships. You can download a copy of our registration form by clicking one of the Register buttons on our home page.

To book a room at the DoubleTree by Hilton, please click one of the Book a Room buttons on our home page. Two complimentary breakfast coupons are included in the DoubleTree’s nightly rate as well as free wifi. Parking is also free. Rest assured, PulpFest is very appreciative of all the dealers who help to reduce the convention’s substantial costs by staying at our host hotel.

Our dealers’ room will be open at 10 AM on Friday and Saturday, July 27 – 28, and remain open until 4:45 PM. It will also be open on Sunday, July 29, from 9 AM until 2 PM. And don’t forget about our early-bird shopping hours on Thursday evening, July 26, from 5:30 to 8:30 PM. Dedicated fans of popular culture will be there to enjoy an extra three hours of shopping.

Throughout the coming months, we’ll be writing about the dealers who will be selling at PulpFest 2018. Our marketing and programming director, Mike Chomko, will be putting these posts together and releasing them through our home page and social media sites. So if you’re planning to attend PulpFest 2018 as a dealer, Mike will be contacting you.

The convention will also be promoted through post-card giveaways at book and comic shops, collectibles events, and print advertising in various periodicals.

So what are you waiting for? Start planning now to attend PulpFest 2018 as a dealer and join hundreds of pulp fiction fans at the pop-culture center of the universe! You can register for the convention as a dealer by clicking on the link below:

PulpFest 2018 Registration Form

To register by regular mail, send your payment and completed registration form to David J. Cullers, 1272 Cheatham Way, Bellbrook, OH 45305. If you’d prefer to register via email, please send all of the information requested on our dealer registration form to Jack Cullers at You can pay for your registration and table fees via our Paypal Order page.

If you’d like a copy of our PulpFest 2018 newsletter — packed with information about the convention — you can download a copy by clicking here or by writing to Jack Cullers at one of the addresses noted above.

For more information on selling at PulpFest, please feel free to contact Jack Cullers at one of the addresses listed above. We look forward to seeing you from July 26 – 29 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry, just nineteen miles north of the exciting city of Pittsburgh. Please join us at PulpFest 2018 — “Summer’s GREAT Pulp Con” — where your sales will simply be FANTASTIC!

(If you have a display rack and a nice run of pulps for sale, why not create a modern day newsstand such as the one pictured above? It’s a New York newsstand located at East 32nd Street and 3rd Avenue, circa November 1935. Note the copy of Fawcett’s BATTLE STORIES. It’s slightly to the left of center in the first row of pulps. We’ll be exploring the war pulps of the early twentieth century and the depiction of war in popular culture at this year’s PulpFest. It’s part of our salute to the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the First World War.)