Advertise in THE PULPSTER

Feb 6, 2017 by

Cover of THE PULPSTER, No. 25Our editor and designer Bill Lampkin is already hard at work on the next issue of THE PULPSTER. He’ll be featuring articles on “hardboiled dicks, dangerous dames, and a few psychos,” as well as other interesting topics. So expect a slam-bang issue from the esteemed editor of our highly popular program book. Every member of PulpFest will receive a complimentary copy of The Pulpster.

If you’d like to place an advertisement in this year’s PULPSTER, you have until June 1 to do so. All advertising is sold on a first-come, first-served basis, with payment expected immediately upon reserving a space. Please realize that the cover spaces sell very quickly. Our rates are reasonable: color back cover – $200; inside front color cover – $150; inside back color cover – $125; inside color full page – $100; inside black-and-white full page – $80; color half-page – $60; black-and-white half-page – $40; black-and-white quarter page – $30. To inquire about space availability, please write to PulpFest marketing and programming director Mike Chomko at You can also ask Mike about print specifications and back issues of our program book. THE PULPSTER has a circulation of 500+ copies.

Another way to advertise at PulpFest is to donate material for our giveaway tables. Over the years Chaosium, THE MAGAZINE OF FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION, Radio Archives, Stark House Press, and other organizations have donated a variety of materials that were given away free to PulpFest attendees. Your donation will be acknowledged on our website and at the convention. If you’d like to offer something for our giveaway table or something to serve as a door prize, please contact Mike Chomko at

Sponsorships are also available for our website at a cost of $200 per year. Our current sponsors for are AbeBooks.comEssayscribes, College Homework Help,, and DoMyEssay.netIf you or your organization would like to learn more about sponsorship opportunities at PulpFest, please contact PulpFest marketing and programming director Mike Chomko at

(The cover art for the 2016 PULPSTER was painted by H. W. McCauley for the August 1942 number of AMAZING STORIES. What actually ran on the 1942 AMAZING was a modified version of the painting. PULPSTER editor William Lampkin discusses the alterations to McCauley’s painting in his editorial column in the magazine. If you’d like a copy, please write to Mike Chomko today! Only a few copies remain.)

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THE PULPSTER wants you!

Jan 30, 2017 by

The Pulpster logoDo you have an idea for an article? THE PULPSTER would like to hear from you.

Bill Lampkin, the editor of THE PULPSTER, is in the planning stages for the 2017 edition of the annual magazine and is looking for articles related to the pulp magazines. He would welcome articles on the themes of this year’s PulpFest — hardboiled dicks, dangerous dames, and a few psychos — or any other pulp-related topic that you’re interested in.

THE PULPSTER has a terrific lineup of articles every year, and you can make it even better by contributing.

If you have an idea for an article, please email Bill at Deadline for submitting articles is April 30, 2017.

In addition to articles, THE PULPSTER also accepts advertising for anyone wanting to reach a very dedicated audience of pulp fans. Email publisher Mike Chomko at for advertising rates and availability. For more details about advertising in THE PULPSTER, please visit THE PULPSTER‘s website.

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THE PULPSTER — Call for submissions

Sep 12, 2016 by

It may seem as if PulpFest 2016 is barely over, but it’s not too early for us to start thinking about PulpFest 2017 and the next issue of THE PULPSTER.

The Pulpster logoEditor Bill Lampkin is looking for a variety of articles on the pulps, and the writers, editors, and illustrators who worked on them. If you have an idea, he’d like to hear about it. You can contact him at

Next summer’s issue, #26, will debut at PulpFest 2017, but the magazine must be edited and assembled before the convention. Deadline for submissions is May 1, 2017, but early submissions are encouraged. Our theme for 2017 will be “Hardboiled Dicks, Dangerous Dames, and a Few Psychos,” but any pulp-related article is welcome.

If you’re interested in advertising in THE PULPSTER, please write to PulpFest marketing and programming director Mike Chomko at Mike can provide pricing. For publication sizes and specifications, please refer to the detailed advertising information at THE PULPSTER‘s website.

Looking for a copy of the 2016 issue? Mike Chomko, Books has THE PULPSTER #25 available for $10 each, plus $3 postage within the United States.

Cover of THE PULPSTER, No. 25The issue features a cover article tracing 90 years of AMAZING STORIES written by editors Hugo Gernsback, Howard Browne, Joseph Wrzos, Barry N. Malzberg, Ted White, Elinor Mazor, and Patrick L. Price; a study of Philip José Farmer’s stories published in AMAZING, by Art Sippo; J. Randolph Cox and Walker Martin recall two long-running pulps, DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE and WESTERN STORY MAGAZINE respectively; David Earle has an article about African-American fictioneers in the pulps, which is paired with a short story by Michael Bittner that originally appeared in HARLEM STORIES; David Smith offers tips to help you plan ahead to ensure your pulp collection is properly taken care of after you’re gone; and Bill Lampkin looks at two of Street & Smith’s second-string hero pulps, THE WHISPERER and THE SKIPPER. Rounding out the issue are Final Chapters, an annual column noting the passing of those involved with the pulps, written by Tony Davis; and columns by publisher Mike Chomko and editor Bill Lampkin.

In addition to #25, you can also order back issues of THE PULPSTER through Mike Chomko, Books. Copies of THE PULPSTER #5, 6, and 23 are available. Issues 5 and 6 cost $10 each, plus $3 postage within the United States. Number 23 is $7, plus $3 postage within the United States. All other issues of THE PULPSTER are out of print. Reduced postage is available on orders for multiple books. These prices are good only in the United States. Buyers from other countries must inquire about shipping charges before ordering. Mike will accept payments made via check or money order or through Paypal. Please write to him at or 2217 W. Fairview Street, Allentown, PA 18104-6542 for further instructions. Quantities of most issues are very limited.

(THE PULPSTER #25 features a cover by Harold W. McCauley originally for AMAZING STORIES, August 1942. Copies are quickly disappearing. Write to Mike Chomko, Books at to learn how you can order the issue.)