Coming Soon to Your Home–The PulpFest News

Mar 24, 2015 by

2015 Postcard FrontWith the Windy City Pulp and Paperback Convention less than a month away, PulpFest chairman Jack Cullers and his stalwart corps of volunteers have been manning the presses and rolling off copies of our annual newsletters. With the ink barely dry, the latest edition of The PulpFest News–member’s and dealer’s editions–have been stuffed into envelopes, stamped, and addressed. Now they await delivery to the United States Postal Service and from there they’ll be off to your home.

Although our newsletter will be filled with information about this year’s convention–a preview of our programming plans, information about our hotel, early-bird shopping details, free memberships, our Saturday night dinner, registration instructions, and much more–please stay tuned to our announcements here and on our Facebook and Twitter pages. We’ll be regularly providing updates in the coming months. So be sure to bookmark our home page, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter.

In addition to all the news about PulpFest 2015 that’s fit to print, a registration form will be included with your copy of the newsletter. If you have not received your copy of our newsletter and registration form by April 15th, please contact David J. Cullers at or at 1272 Cheatham Way, Bellbrook, OH 45305. Please let him know whether you want our member or dealer newsletter and he’ll get one off to you.

If you can’t wait, click on the words “member” and “dealer” in the paragraph above to download copies of this year’s newsletters. Start your planning now to attend PulpFest 2015 and join hundreds of pulp fiction fans at the pop-culture center of the universe. We look forward to seeing you in August in beautiful, downtown Columbus.

(Watch for our post cards at the upcoming Windy City Pulp and Paperback Convention, featuring artwork from the November 1944 issue of WEIRD TALES. The artist is Matt Fox, an illustrator who painted about a dozen covers for “the unique magazine.” Fox also worked for other pulps, including CRACK DETECTIVE, FAMOUS FANTASTIC MYSTERIES, and PLANET STORIES. In the 1950s and 1960s he was an artist for Atlas Comics.)

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