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The Western Pulp Fiction Genre

The American West of the 19th and early 20th century was a rich setting for many action and adventure pulp fiction stories. Some of the most popular and longest running of all the pulp fiction magazines were dedicated to the western tale. From this western genre, giants like Max Brand and Louis L'amour began their careers. Plus, the internationally famous hero Zorro first appeared in the pages of the pulp magazine.

Grimes... Outlaw! by E. Hoffman Price

The Simon Bolivar Grimes Collection
Book One

With an introduction by Will Murrary

In the tradition of Robert E. Howard's humorous western yarns come four tales of girl trouble and gun-slingin' justice straight from the pages of < ... read more

 

A Gent From Bear Creek and Other Stories by Robert E. Howard
This collection showcases Robert E. Howard's comic westerns. Howard's novel "A Gent from Bear Creek" is included (with its text restored to the original versions, including the italics left out of previous editions), as well as two additional western stories featuring Breck Elkin ... read more

 

Max Brand: Western Giant: Hardback by William F. Nolan
Compiled and Edited with Notes and an Introduction, and with a comprehensive Checklist of works by and about MAX BRAND.

Introduction: The Fabulous Faust by William F. Nolan

A Sketch of My Life by ... read more

 

Max Brand: Western Giant by William F. Nolan
Compiled and Edited with Notes and an Introduction, and with a comprehensive Checklist of works by and about MAX BRAND.

Introduction: The Fabulous Faust by William F. Nolan

A Sketch of My Life by ... read more

 

The Bright Face of Danger by Max Brand
Through the years, James Geraldi has proven to be one of Max Brand’s most exciting and enduring characters, and this volume contains three of his greatest exploits. Geraldi has been dubbed the “Frigate Bird” because of his habit of stealing from thieves, and Edgar Asprey knows ju ... read more

 

The Tyrant by Max Brand
François Limousin is a ruthless tyrant who berates his youngest son mercilessly at every turn. Yet Jean thrives in spite of him, honing his body and his mind until he excels at shooting, riding and surviving in the harsh wilderness. He even survives his brother’s tragic death, al ... read more

 

The Untamed West by Louis L'Amour, Zane Grey and Max Brand
The Untamed West collects three of the finest short novels by some of the greatest and most influential Western authors of all-time: Louis L’Amour, Zane Grey and Max Brand.

Brand’s brilliant Black Sheep, restored and corrected, is published here in paperback for the ... read more

 

The Virginian by Owen Wister
His background is shadowy, his presence commanding. He brings law and order to a frontier town and wins the love of a pretty schoolteacher from the East. He is the Viginian -- the first fully realized cowboy hero in American literature, a near mythic figure whose idealized image ... read more

 

Replica: Spicy Western Dec. 1937 by Spicy Western
Page for page reprint of the December, 1937 issue of Spicy Western featuring stories by H. Bedford Jones, James A. Lawson, Rex Norman and others.

The cover story is "Satan Sits In" by James A. Lawson. "Satan Savage rode in, expecting to deal a mess of hell to s ... read more