Buying at PulpFest

Apr 20, 2018 by

Year after year, PulpFest is a paradise for the fan of pulp magazines, digests, vintage paperbacks, original artwork, and other collectibles. The collector will also find first edition hardcovers, men’s adventure and true crime magazines, series books, dime novels, Big Little Books, B-movies, serials and related paper collectibles, old-time-radio shows, Golden and Silver Age comic books, and more in our spacious dealers’ room, located at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry, just nineteen miles north of the exciting city of Pittsburgh.

In addition to our great dealers’ room, PulpFest 2018 will hold two live auctions. The convention will be offering pulps and other materials from the estates of Woody Hagadish and Larry Latham. We’ll have pulps and digests from such diverse genres as science fiction, adventure, sports, and the western field. Also included will be some rare premiums offered to pulp readers, over twenty Gnome Press, Shasta, and Avalon first edition hardcovers, rare science fiction paperbacks, British science fiction magazines, and more. The auctions will follow our programming on both Friday and Saturday nights.

For those who simply like to read pulp and genre fiction, you’ll find science-fiction hardcovers and paperbacks, mysteries, adventure fiction, and countless pulp reprints from publishers such as Adventure HouseAge of AcesAltus PressMeteor HouseSanctum Books, and Stark House Press. Fans of new pulp will have readings by their favorite authors on both Friday and Saturday, plus books for sale from Will Murray’s Adventures in BronzeAirship 27, Flinch Books, and other purveyors of today’s finest genre fiction.

Accommodating over 100 tables, our dealers’ room will be open to all comers from 10 AM to 4:45 PM on July 27 and 28, and from 9 AM until 2 PM on Sunday, July 29. However, buying and selling opportunities may be limited on Sunday as many of our dealers will be packing up for their return trip home.

Don’t forget about our early-bird hours on Thursday evening, July 26, from 5:30 to 8:30 PM. For an additional $30 over your regular membership fee, you’ll be able to purchase early-bird privileges for an extra three hours of shopping. Better still, if you stay at the DoubleTree, PulpFest is pleased to offer free early-bird privileges. That’s a very significant savings to reward loyal attendees who help us reduce the convention’s costs by staying at our host hotel!

You can book your room at the DoubleTree by clicking one of the Book a Room buttons on our home page. To learn more about registering for the convention, click one of the Register buttons on our home page. Remember, if you read or collect pulps, genre fiction, pulp reprints, books, vintage paperbacks, original artwork, golden-age or silver-age comic books, PulpFest is the place to be.

(Perhaps you’ll find an issue of Fawcett’s BATTLE STORIES at this year’s PulpFest. Perhaps it will be the July 1930 issue, featuring cover art by George Rozen.  Debuting with its September 1927 number, BATTLE STORIES was one of the leaders in its fiction category. It debuted about a year after Dell’s WAR STORIES, the first of the so-called “war pulps.”

We’ll be honoring the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the First World War. The convention will focus on the war pulps of the early twentieth century and the depiction of war in popular culture. We’ll also be celebrating the centennial of the birth of Grand Master of Science Fiction Philip José Farmer. Our guest of honor will be award-winning author Joe Lansdale.

Start planning now to attend PulpFest and its celebration of mystery, adventure, science fiction, and more. Be sure to join PulpFest 2018 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry this summer. We’ll be there July 26 – 29, just outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at the “pop culture center of the universe.”

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 1272 Cheatham Way, Bellbrook, OH 45305 or jack@pulpfest.com.)

3 Rivers Comicon: Putting Comics Back in Conventions

Apr 18, 2018 by

During the third weekend of May, a couple of Pittsburgh nerds are hoping to make comic con all about comics again. 3 Rivers Comicon — which runs May 19 – 20 in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania — is the latest addition to the many conventions in the Pittsburgh area.

New Dimension Comics owner Todd McDevitt and general manager Jon Engel launched 3 Rivers Comicon in 2016 after hearing complaints from customers about the increasing cost of conventions and how the shift to an array of pop culture had left comics in the shadows. “I felt like we were almost being challenged. No one said it, but we made it our mission to do it,” McDevitt said. “This is going to be a comic convention. If you want something else, go somewhere else.”

McDevitt and Engel both have years of experience under their utility belts, attending and also working at comic conventions. From that involvement, as well as feedback from customers, they have the knowledge for what will work at their own event.

One major goal is to make 3 Rivers Comicon affordable. Admission is $10 per day or $16 for a weekend pass. Tickets are available through the convention’s website or at any of the six New Dimension Comics locations. They will also be available at the door. Guests include SPIDER-MAN and THOR artist Ron Frenz; fantasy, pin-up, and comic artist Joe Jusko; NIGHTWING and DAREDEVIL artist Scott McDaniel; SPIDER-GIRL and SENSATIONAL SHE-HULK artist Patrick Ollife; writer and artist Tim Truman, known for his work on GRIMJACK, CONAN, HAWKWORLD, JONAH HEX, and other titles; and many others. Weekend events include panels, gaming, photo opportunities and costume contests for kids and adults. Sunday is Family Day at 3 Rivers Comicon, with kid-focused programming all day. There is also the very popular beer party on Saturday evening.

Tickets to the convention’s beer party are $70 and include early admission to both days of the convention, a free graphic novel, entry to the beer release party, catered food and three free bottles of beer, one from each year! “The beer party was the aspect we sold the most of last year,” McDevitt said. “We had people who didn’t care for comics and came for the beer, and people who didn’t care about beer, but came for the comics.”

3 Rivers Comicon has commissioned a custom beer by Helltown Brewing featuring original bottle label art by Joe Jusko. Witchblade Barrel Aged Russian Imperial Stout will be brewed with coffee added this year. This beer will only be made exclusively for 3 Rivers Comicon and New Dimension Comics.

Let’s hope that Todd and Jon save a few bottles of this year’s special brewed craft beer to help us celebrate PulpFest 2018 from July 26 through July 29 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry, just north of Pennsylvania’s “Steel City.” Although PulpFest will not have its own beer, the convention will still have a lot of great programming. Add to that a dealers’ room featuring tens of thousands of pulp magazines, vintage paperbacks, digests, men’s adventure and true crime magazines, original art, first edition hardcovers, genre fiction, series books, reference books, dime novels and story papers, Big Little Books, B-Movies, serials and related paper collectibles, old-time radio shows, and Golden and Silver Age comic books, as well as newspaper adventure strips. We’ll also have a con suite featuring some great beer and snacks. So what are you waiting for? Start making your plans to join us at the “pop culture center of the universe” for PulpFest 2018.

(Our illustration is the banner for the 3 Rivers Comicon home page. The convention is organized by Todd McDevitt and Jon Engel of New Dimension Comics, with six stores in the Pittsburgh region.)

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 jack@pulpfest.com. 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.)

Windy City Pulp & Paper Convention

Mar 5, 2018 by

The Windy City Pulp and Paper Convention returns to the Westin Lombard Yorktown Center beginning with early-bird shopping at 10 AM on Friday, April 6. The dealers’ room will open to all at 11 AM. Additionally, the Windy City hospitality suite will be open on Thursday night, April 5, from 8 PM to midnight. You can pick up your registration materials during this time. The convention runs through Sunday afternoon, April 8, with its dealers’ room closing at 4 PM.

This year’s Windy will be celebrating the 90th anniversary of WINGS and the air war pulps. It will also be honoring the 125th anniversary of the birth of pulp publisher and editor Harold Hersey. As part of its celebration, Windy City has invited the award-winning and bestselling author F. Paul Wilson to be its Guest of Honor.

The Windy is noted for its substantial auctions; its art exhibition, sponsored by Illustration Magazine; and its extensive film program, organized by Ed Hulse of Murania Press. Once again, there will be “new pulp” panels and presentations on Sunday. This year’s Friday night auction will feature material drawn from the estate of Glenn Lord, the literary executor for the Robert E. Howard estate. You’ll find more details on the Windy home page.

Click on the link that starts our post to learn more about the Windy City Pulp and Paper Convention or visit the convention’s Facebook pagePulpFest marketing and programming director Mike Chomko and volunteer coordinator Chuck Welch will all be attending Windy City. Stop by Mike’s table right next to the Adventure House booth and pick up a registration form for PulpFest 2018. He’ll be sharing his table with author Will Murray.

Chuck and Mike will be more than happy to answer your questions about this summer’s PulpFest. It starts on Thursday evening, July 26, and runs through Sunday afternoon, July 29. Start making your plans to join us at the “pop culture center of the universe” at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry, just nineteen miles north of the exciting city of Pittsburgh. You can book your room directly through the PulpFest website. Just click the “Book a Room” link on our home page or call 1-724-776-6900. Be sure to mention PulpFest in order to receive the convention rate. And we do hope to see you at Windy City!

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California Here I Come: The LA Vintage Paperback Collectors Show

Feb 12, 2018 by

Although PulpFest 2018 is about five months off, do not despair. There are other collectors conventions fast approaching. For instance, on Sunday, March 18, the annual Los Angeles Vintage Paperback Collectors Show will take place at the Glendale Civic Auditorium at 1401 North Verdugo Road in Glendale, California from 9 AM to 4 PM. It’s the best bargain in town, featuring an admission price of five bucks!

Now in its 39th year, this convention was started by Tom Lesser, who invited dealers, fellow collectors and paperback enthusiasts to his home in Chatworth, California in 1980. Since then, it has grown to be the world’s largest vintage paperback gathering. This year’s show will feature more than 80 dealer tables with tens of thousands of vintage paperbacks for sale, from inexpensive filler copies to the most elusive and rare collectibles in the hobby. In addition to collectible paperbacks, you’ll also find pulp magazines, original illustration art, hardbound science fiction and mystery books, and more. There is no telling what might show up! Even with a crowd of collectors around, it’s possible to be the first person to discover a hidden gem during the event. Each year there are great finds reported by folks who attend the show. This year, you could be the person telling the story.

Over the years, an important attraction of the show has been its exciting roster of guest authors and artists. It has included such notables as Robert Bloch (18 years); A. E. Van Vogt , Ray Bradbury, Poul Anderson, and Fredrik Pohl (all for over 10 years); and the show’s champ, William F. Nolan (with over 32 years of appearances). This year the show will feature nearly sixty guests who will be available to meet the attendees and sign their works for free! Click here for a schedule of this year’s guest writers and artists.

You’ll find more information on this great collectors gathering at the convention’s website or by calling Tom Lesser at 818-855-1786. And while you’re at the show, be sure to pick up a PulpFest 2018 post card to learn more about “Summer’s Great Pulp Con,” taking place from Thursday evening, July 26 and running through Sunday afternoon, July 29. It will take place just outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry in Mars, PA. Joe Lansdale — the author of over forty novels and numerous short stories — will be the convention’s guest of honor.

Start making your plans now to join us at the “pop culture center of the universe” for PulpFest 2018.

(The Los Angeles Vintage Paperback Collectors Show & Sale’s characteristic poster images were originally designed by the late Glenn Souza, starting in the early 1990s and continued by him through 2007, when he handed on his legacy to Tony Gleeson. Pictured here is the convention’s 2018 poster, featuring the cover artwork from the March 1952 issue of PLANET STORIES, painted by Allen Anderson.)

Returning to Sunny Florida: Pulp AdventureCon

Jan 29, 2018 by

Pulp AdventureCon, FloridaTired of all of this cold weather? Why not head to sunny Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for the weekend?

If you’re into pulp magazines, golden-age comics, original art, men’s adventure magazines, vintage paperbacks, and movie memorabilia, then you should make the trip to join the activities at Pulp AdventureCon on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018.

The annual South Florida convention, sponsored by Bold Venture Press, is a one-day event and runs from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., at the Universal Palms Hotel, at 4900 Powerline Road. It’s the sister of the long-running Pulp AdventureCon that’s been held in Bordentown, NJ, each November.

Golden-age comics artist Allen Bellman is the Guest of Honor. He started working for Timely Comics (the predecessor to Marvel Comics) in 1942, and was soon inking backgrounds for Syd Shores on CAPTAIN AMERICA, and illustrating the original Human Torch, The Patriot, and other comic-book heroes. He also contributed illustrations to several pulps published by Martin Goodman, who also was behind Timely Comics.

He stayed in the comic-book industry into the 1950s, last working for Lev Gleason Publications.

Bellman will have on hand copies of his recent memoir of working in the golden-age comic industry, TIMELY CONFIDENTIAL: WHEN THE GOLDEN AGE OF COMICS WAS YOUNG, which was published by Bold Venture Press, the sponsor of Pulp AdventureCon.

The con is less than a month away. Not only are tickets available for attending, but you can probably still reserve a table if you’re interested in hawking your pulps or pop-culture-related material. Contact the organizers, Bold Venture Press’ Rich Harvey or Audrey Parente, at boldventure@aol.com.

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Classicon — Fall’s Last Pulp Con

Oct 23, 2017 by

As the leaves disappear from the trees, the pulp and paperback convention scene draws to a close. Classicon, one of the oldest pulp and paperback shows, marks the end of the season. Two times each year, Classicon takes place at the University Quality Inn, 3121 East Grand River Ave, in Lansing, Michigan. A one-day show, you’ll find calendar, pin-up, and illustration artwork, plus thousands of rare pulp magazines, paperbacks, vintage comic books, and other collectibles for sale or trade. This fall’s Classicon will take place on Saturday, November 18. It will run from 10 AM until 4 PM.

PulpFest tries to keep you abreast of all the pulp and paper conventions. So please bookmark http://www.pulpfest.com/ and visit often. You can also find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/PulpFest. For those who prefer their news short and sweet, follow our Twitter feed at https://twitter.com/pulpfest. Wherever you find PulpFest on the world wide web, you’ll be able to stay informed about all the shows in the pulp and paperback universe.

Many thanks to everyone who attended this year’s PulpFest. We hope that you enjoyed yourself and will return for PulpFest 2018. We’ll be back at the beautiful DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry in 2018 for our forty-seventh convening. We’ll be honoring the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War and the century mark of Grand Master of Science Fiction Philip José Farmer.

PulpFest 2018 is scheduled to begin on Thursday, July 26, and run through Sunday, July 29. Celebrated author Joe R. Lansdale will be the convention’s Guest of Honor.

(In honor of the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, PulpFest 2018 will focus on the so-called “war pulps” of the early twentieth century. One of the leading magazines of the genre was Fawcett Publications’ BATTLE STORIES. Jerome Rozen painted six covers for the magazine, including the June 1928 number. His twin brother, George Rozen, was far more prolific for the publication, painting almost thirty BATTLE STORIES covers.)

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New Jersey’s Pulp AdventureCon

Oct 2, 2017 by

On November 4, fall’s great pulp con returns to Bordentown, New Jersey. At last year’s Pulp AdventureCon, Brendan Faulkner and Martin Grams were selling vintage movies. PAPERBACK PARADE publisher Gary Lovisi had a variety of collectible paperbacks. John Gunnison of Adventure House was there with many great pulp magazines. Ed Hulse had BLOOD ‘N’ THUNDER and other great stuff. Cowboy Tony, Paul Herman, and others were also on hand with a variety of pulps and other collectibles. What more can you ask for?

Located in the Ramada Inn of Bordentown, just off exit 7 of the New Jersey TurnpikePulp AdventureCon is a one-day show that features an afternoon of pawing through boxes of pulp magazines, vintage paperbacks, vintage movie memorabilia, original artwork, golden age comics, and more! You’ll find fifty tables of swell swag at this show. You can sign up for the convention’s mailing list at http://boldventurepress.us10.list-manage1.com/subscribe?u=895b936a0770f2ab003d81f30&id=ea92fbffc6.

Hopefully, conventions such as Pulp AdventureCon will keep you satisfied until PulpFest arrives next year. Beginning on Thursday evening, July 26, and running through Sunday, July 29, PulpFest 2018 will be returning to the beautiful DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry, just outside Pennsylvania’s Steel City. In the meantime, be sure to bookmark PulpFest.com to learn about many of the great conventions like Pulp AdventureCon that are held throughout the year.

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Get Nostalgic at the Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention

Aug 14, 2017 by

While you’re waiting impatiently for the 47th annual Summertime Pulp Con, we’ll try to keep you posted about other conventions taking place around North America. They just might keep your hunger at bay while you await the main course – PulpFest 2018. We’ll be celebrating the 100th anniversary of Philip José Farmer’s birth and the end of the First World War at next year’s convention. We look forward to seeing you at the “pop culture center of the universe.”

The Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention is an annual pop culture event recognizing the by-gone era of classic movies, retro television, old-time radio, pulp magazines and comic books. Hollywood celebrities sign autographs and pose for photos with fans. The movie room features rare films 24 hours a day. Slide show seminars offer insight from museum curators, authors, historians, magazine editors and other authorities on their respective subjects. Over 200 vendor tables offer loads of merchandise. The event is held every September in Hunt Valley, Maryland.

The 2017 Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention will take place September 14 to 16 at the Hunt Valley Delta Hotel. For more information call 443-286-6821 or visit www.MidAtlanticNostalgiaConvention.comIt’s a great show!

PulpFest 2017 Dealers

Jun 30, 2017 by

Although PulpFest is well known for its excellent programming — and rightfully so . . . click the “programming for 2017” button below the banner on our home page to see all of the great programming we have lined up for 2017 — it is also lauded for its very substantial dealers’ room.

Beginning on Thursday, July 27, the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry — just north of Pennsylvania’s “Steel City” — will be home to thousands of collectible pulp magazines and digests, vintage paperbacks, first edition hardcovers and series books, original art, B-movies and serials, collectible comic books, and more. And remember, for those members staying at the DoubleTree, you’ll be able to partake in free, early-bird shopping on Thursday evening from 6 to 9 PM. For those staying elsewhere, early-bird shopping privileges will cost $30 more.

In addition to Thursday’s early-bird hours, the PulpFest dealers’ room will be open from 10 AM to 4:45 PM on July 28 & 29 and from 9 AM to 2 PM on Sunday, July 30. Note that buying and selling opportunities on Sunday may be limited as dealers pack up for their trip home.

Starting on Monday, July 10, we’ll be profiling our PulpFest 2017 dealers. In the meantime, please refer to the list below to see if your favorite seller is expected to exhibit at this year’s convention. Please remember that some dealers have yet to register for PulpFest 2017:

Adventure House/John Gunnison

Adventures in Bronze/Will Murray

Age of Aces/Chris & David Kalb

Airship 27/Rob Davis & Ron Fortier

Walter & Jim Albert

All-American Comics/Gene Carpenter

Mark Alvarado

Battered Silicon Dispatch Box/George Vanderburgh

Bethlehem Art Gallery/Robert & Loretta Gould

The Bronze Gazette/Chuck Welch

Nick Certo

Mike Chomko, Books/Mike & Peter Chomko

Creepy Classics & Monster Bash/Ron Adams

Jack Cullers

Curious Books/Ray Walsh

L. W. Currey

Dark Star Books/Gary Diedriech

Keith Dilbone

Dearly Departed Books/Scott & Linda Edwards

DreamHaven Books/Greg Ketter

Doug & Deb Ellis

Flinch Books/Jim Beard & John Bruening

Bob Flowers

Harold & Honey Forman

Garcia Publishing Services/Robert Garcia

Larry & Jasper Grubb

Mark Halegua

Rick Hall

Scott Hartshorn

John Hauser

Heartwood Books/Richard Meli & Emma Sloan

Paul Herman

Heroes & Games/Doug Sims & Mark Carbonaro

Mark Hickman

John Knott, Bookseller

Dave Kurzman

Ed Lancaster

Bill Mann

Laurie Mann

Walker Martin

Meteor House/Mike Croteau

Murania Press/Ed Hulse

Narada Radio Theatre/Pete Lutz

William Patrick & Michael Maynard

Ted Miller

Phil Nelson

Jerry Ohlinger’s Movie Materials/Barbara Fister-Liltz & Bill Hunt

OTR Publishing/Martin Grams

Shaun Perkins

Craig Poole

Pulp Era Booksellers/Curt Phillips

R & B Enterprises/Brendan & Robin Faulkner

Rantings of a Wandering Mind/Joab Stieglitz

Garyn & Virginia Roberts

Joseph Saine

Sanctum Productions/Anthony Tollin

Skeptic Collectibles/Tom Skemp

Bill Thinnes

Tim’s Books/Tim Paxton

Barry Traylor/Pulpfest Auction

Sheila Vanderbeek

Jon Wehler

David White

Chet Williamson

David Willoughby

Derek Woywood/Collectors Comics

Ygors’ Books/Larry Hallock

Please don’t forget that July 5 is the deadline to book your room at the DoubleTree and still receive the special convention rate of $125 plus tax per night. You can book your room directly through the PulpFest website. Below our banner and along the right hand side of our home page at pulpfest.com, you’ll find links that read “Book a Room.” Click on one of these links and you’ll be redirected to a secure site where you can book a room at the DoubleTree.

You can also reserve a room by calling 1-800-222-8733. Please be sure to mention PulpFest in order to receive the special convention rate. Included in the room rate are free Wi-Fi privileges in each sleeping room and the hotel’s lobby, plus two complimentary breakfasts per room for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. There is ample free parking surrounding the hotel.

Plan to attend PulpFest 2017 and its celebration of pulp fiction and pulp art. Join us July 27 – 30 outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as we explore the “hardboiled dicks, dangerous dames, and a few psychos” of the pulps. You can join PulpFest by clicking the Register for 2017 button on our home page. And don’t forget to book a room at the DoubleTree. They’re going fast!