Get a Copy of THE PULPSTER #29

Sep 28, 2020 by

THE PULPSTER #29The annual magazine for PulpFest is now available, despite the 2020 convention having been canceled. To make it easy for you to order a copy, we’ve added an order page for your single-copy purchase.

This year’s Pulpster isn’t a regular edition. While not as thick as a Ziff-Davis AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLYTHE PULPSTER #29 is almost twice as large as our 2019 edition. Weighing in at 84 pages, plus covers, think of the new issue as THE PULPSTER ANNUAL. Or traveling to PulpFest without the trip to Pittsburgh.

Like our canceled convention, the dual centennials of Ray Bradbury’s birth and the debut of BLACK MASK magazine are the centerpieces of THE PULPSTER #29. To learn more about what’s inside the issue, click here to read about the contents or read “Highlights from THE PULPSTER” on our website.

Single copies of THE PULPSTER #29 are now available for shipping within the United States. The cost of the new issue is $15, plus postage. It will be mailed in a sturdy cardboard envelope. Please note that if you had registered for PulpFest 2020, you will not be receiving a complimentary copy of THE PULPSTER #29. Our special 2020 program book will only be available for purchase.

There are several ways to buy a copy of THE PULPSTER #29 within the United States. You can pay for a copy via the Paypal link on our order page, or send a $20 check or money order to PulpFest. Your payment should be sent to Jack Cullers, 1272 Cheatham Way, Bellbrook, OH 45305.

The magazine is also available through Michael Chomko Books, Bud’s Art Books, and Adventure House.

For orders outside the United States or for multi-copy orders, please write to Mike Chomko, publisher of THE PULPSTER, at or 2217 W. Fairview St., Allentown, PA 18104-6542. Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope.

If you are interested in back issues, only three lightly bumped copies of THE PULPSTER #28 remain available. The per-copy cost is $10, postage paid within the United States. Buyers from outside the United States should inquire about shipping charges prior to placing an order. All other issues of THE PULPSTER are out of print. Please write to Mike Chomko before placing your back issue order.

To learn more about THE PULPSTER, visit For questions about submissions to THE PULPSTER #30, write to editor Bill Lampkin at For questions about advertising in THE PULPSTER #30, write to publisher Mike Chomko at

(The cover art for THE PULPSTER #29 was originally painted by Frank Kelly Freas. Illustrating Leigh Brackett’s and Ray Bradbury’s “Lorelei of the Red Mist,” it was reprinted in the Fall 1953 issue of TOPS IN SCIENCE FICTION, published by Fiction House.)