Read All About It! PulpFest 2020!

Apr 10, 2020 by

With all the spectacular news that PulpFest 2020 has to share, Jack Cullers and his volunteers have been manning the presses. With the ink barely dry, our latest newsletter will soon be winging your way.

The PulpFest newsletter tells all about this year’s convention. You’ll find a programming preview, hotel information, registration and auction details, and much more. A registration form for both dealers and regular members is also part of the newsletter.

If you have not received a copy of the PulpFest newsletter by the middle of May, please contact David J. Cullers at or at 1272 Cheatham Way, Bellbrook, OH 45305. Provide your mailing address and he’ll get one off to you.

If you can’t wait for the post office, you can visit our home page. Click on our registration link and scroll down to the heading that reads “To Learn More.” There, you’ll find a link to our 2020 newsletter. Print yourself a copy!

Although the newsletter contains plenty of great info, don’t forget about us here. Be sure to bookmark our homepage, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter and InstagramWe’ll have plenty more to tell you before convention time.

Start making your plans to attend PulpFest 2020 and join hundreds of genre fiction fans at the pop-culture center of the universe. We’ll see you August 6 – 9 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry, just nineteen miles north of Pittsburgh. If you need a hotel room, you can book one directly through the PulpFest website. Just click the “Book a Room” link below our home page banner or call 1-800-222-8733. Be sure to mention PulpFest in order to receive the convention rate.

(The December 1931/February 1932 number of FRONT PAGE STORIES — cover artist unknown — was the first issue of this short-lived pulp. Published by Harold B. Hersey through his Headquarters Publishing Corporation, it seemed to lean toward stories about murder. Two of the three tales in this first of three issues centered around that very topic.

Rest assured, our 2020 newsletter will attempt to offer happier news. Written by PulpFest’s marketing and programming director, Mike Chomko, and designed by advertising director, webmaster and PULPSTER editor, William Lampkin, the PulpFest newsletter contains all the pulp that’s fit to print!)

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