Aug. 18-21, 2021, in Pittsburgh, PA!

PulpFest Historical — Rudolph Belarski

May 27, 2020 by

Rudolph Belarski was born 120 years ago today on May 27, 1900. The son of unskilled immigrants from Europe, he grew up in the mining town of Dupont,...

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There is Nothing Wrong with Your Televis...

May 25, 2020 by

PulpFest — Postponed Until Next Year   Throughout the latter months of 2019 and early 2020, PulpFest was planning for a banner year. From...

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Science Fiction: To What Purpose?

May 22, 2020 by

In 1911, when Hugo Gernsback introduced what he at first termed “scientific fiction,” it was his hope that these stories would stimulate...

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Ray Bradbury in the 25th Century

May 20, 2020 by

Bradbury and the Comics Like movies, that “magician of words,” Ray Bradbury, was a graphic story enthusiast long before such people...

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Bradbury on the Silver Screen

May 18, 2020 by

From a very early age, Ray Bradbury had a love for the cinema. His passion was born through his mother, Esther Bradbury. In 1924, she began taking...

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Visions of Mars: The Modern Years

May 15, 2020 by

Since the dawn of civilization, humankind has looked toward the heavens for renewal and redemption. From the Ancient Greeks and Romans — who...

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Visions of Mars: The Pulp Years

May 13, 2020 by

August 22, 2020 will be the 100th anniversary of author Ray Bradbury’s birth. With that occasion very much in mind, PulpFest 2020 plans to...

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Visions of Mars: The Early Years

May 11, 2020 by

Mars has long fascinated people, due to its color and not being “fixed” as were most other lights in the night sky. The ancient Greeks...

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