Street & Smith’s Second String...

Feb 1, 2016 by

THE SHADOW MAGAZINE kicked off the hero-pulp era with a bang when it debuted in 1931. Pulp publishers — including THE SHADOW‘s publisher, Street &...

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ARGOSY at PulpFest — An Abundance ...

Jan 25, 2016 by

Although magazines have been around since the seventeenth century — the first regular periodical was ERBAULICHE MONATHS UNTERREDUNGEN, a literary and...

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A Century Ago in a Galaxy Called Califor...

Dec 14, 2015 by

Pardon the play on words in the title, but it was hard to resist with the seventh STAR WARS movie, THE FORCE AWAKENS, premiering in theaters across the world...

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Margaret Brundage at 115

Dec 7, 2015 by

Few artists are as strongly linked to a single pulp as Margaret Brundage is to WEIRD TALES. Dec. 9, 2015, marks the 115th anniversary of her birth in Chicago....

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George and Jerome Rozen at 120

Oct 15, 2015 by

Born nearly 120 years ago on October 16, 1895, George Rozen and his twin brother, Jerome, were both pulp artists. George’s first published assignments were...

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100 Years of the Specialty Pulp

Oct 8, 2015 by

Although it’s not as widely collected as its successors — magazines such as BLACK MASK and DIME DETECTIVE — Street &...

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