Starting Today — 3 Posts a Week

Apr 15, 2019 by

Since last August, we’ve had an announcement about PulpFest once a week. Starting today, we’ll release a post every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. We’ll maintain that pace until mid-July. Then we’ll have one post every weekday. Even the PulpFest promotion department needs a day off.

In the next few weeks, we’ll look at Talbot Mundy, upcoming conventions, the Munsey Award, and SCIENCE WONDER STORIES. We’ll also welcome guest writer Sara Light-Waller, author of ANCHOR: A STRANGE TALE OF TIME and the PulpFest 2018 hit, LANDSCAPE OF DARKNESS. Throughout most of May and early June, we’ll explore our 2019 programming schedule. This year’s convention will focus on the pervasive influence of pulp magazines on contemporary pop culture. We hope you can join us at PulpFest 2019 for “Children of the Pulps and Other Stories.”

So what are you waiting for? Register now for PulpFest 2019! There’s no other way to be part of “Summer’s Great Pulp Con.” While you’re at it, reserve a room at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry. Click the “Book a Room” button under the PulpFest banner on our home page. You can also call 1-800-222-8733 to book a room. Be sure to mention PulpFest to get the special convention rate. By staying at the DoubleTree, you’ll help to ensure the convention’s success. Given its popularity, we urge every member to book a hotel room for PulpFest 2019 as soon as possible.

(Designed by PulpFest’s artistic director, William Lampkin, our PulpFest 2019 post card features the work of artist Walter Baumhofer. His painting was originally used as the cover art for the March 1933 number of Street & Smith’s DOC SAVAGE MAGAZINE

Our post cards are being distributed by book stores, comic shops, mail order dealers, conventions, book fairs, and other venues. They publicize all the wonders that are PulpFest 2019. If you’d like to help, please email the convention’s marketing director, Mike Chomko, at mike@pulpfest.com.)

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