Thanks to Our Sponsors

May 20, 2016 by

Argosy 36-10-03As we prepare for “Summer’s AMAZING Pulp Con,” beginning on July 21 in the Hyatt Regency hotel and the Greater Columbus Convention CenterPulpFest would like to take the opportunity to thank the sponsors of our website for their significant contributions to our convention.

Galaxy Press is the publisher of the fiction works of author and adventurer L. Ron Hubbard. “The Green God,” Hubbard’s first fiction story to be published in a popular fiction magazine, appeared in Standard Magazine’s THRILLING ADVENTURES in 1934. The author of such pulp classics as “Final Blackout,” “Fear,” and “Typewriter in the Sky,” L. Ron Hubbard went on to become a bestselling author with more than 320 million copies of his works in circulation. The annual L. RON HUBBARD WRITERS OF THE FUTURE anthology, featuring new authors selected by a panel of distinguished authors, is likewise published by Galaxy Press.

Pure Costumes, is the most family friendly costumes store online! Whether you’re planning your next themed party or looking for an exceptional costume for Halloween, Pure Costumes is sure to have the unique costume you want at the prices you need, including free shipping on orders over $65. Pure Costumes is your source for online costumes shopping year-round.

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We owe a ton of thanks to our newest sponsor, AbeBooks.com, the online marketplace for books. Not only has AbeBooks added their name to our growing list of web site sponsors — you’ll find their logo on our home page — they have also agreed to sponsor our PulpFest 2016 name tags and program guides. Additionally, AbeBooks will be offering two hardcover copies of Mike Ashley’s SCIENCE FICTION REBELS, the fourth volume in the author’s History of the Science-Fiction Magazine as door prizes during July’s convention. Be sure to bookmark www.pulpfest.com to learn about more AbeBooks/PulpFest offers in the months ahead.

Many thanks to all of our sponsors for their generous support of our convention. If you or your business are interested in becoming a sponsor of PulpFest, please contact the convention’s marketing director, Mike Chomko. You can reach him at mike@pulpfest.com.

(Galaxy Press writer L. Ron Hubbard‘s stories appeared in seventeen issues of ARGOSY WEEKLY, all published in 1936 and 1937. Although his name was often featured on the cover, his only story to receive ARGOSY cover billing was “Mr. Luck,” published in the October 3, 1936 issue. However, V. E. Pyles’ cover art illustrated Theodore Roscoe’s “King of Beasts.” Also featured in the issue were stories by Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert E. Howard, making the number a highly collectible issue of the magazine. PulpFest 2016 will be saluting the 120th anniversary of ARGOSY, the first pulp magazine.)