Pulp Fiction History

Expanding upon the work initiated in pulp fanzines, the pulp historians have created and published high quality, comprehensive books capturing the history and detail of the pulp era. These books belong in anyone's collection as part of the definitive foundation of reference and historical material.

Product Format: Fanzine

Dime Detective Index by James L. Traylor
Great Pulp Index of the leading detective magazine of the 1930s. Contains an Issue by Issue Index, Character Index, Author Index, Numerous Illustrations and Black and White reproductions of the great covers, Pocket Sized for easy carrying and a great research and collecting tool. ... read more

Echoes 30: Three Decades of Pulp Fandom's Greatest Magazine by Ginger Johnson, Tom Johnson, and Will Murray

Echoes, the longest-running pulp fanzine of all time, is back for a special 30th anniversary issue, and it's the largest single-issue pulp fanzine ever published. Enjoy over 300 pages of articles on pulps as well as a pair of classic reprints, written by a variety of pul ... read more


Product Format: Paperback

high adventures by Tom Johnson and others

One of the most beloved pulp characters, The Black Bat, is finally celebrated with this 340 page deluxe retrospective. Author Tom Johnson has indexed each issue, listing everything you need to know about the series, along with the following highlights:

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The Battle of the Sexes in Science Fiction by Justine Larbalestier

The Battle of the Sexes in Science Fiction is a lively story of the role of women and feminism in the development of American science fiction in its formative years of the mid-twentieth century. Beginning in 1926 and moving through the 1990s, Justin Larbalestier examine ... read more

The Revised Complete Chronology of Bronze by Rick Lai

Completely revised and expanded, Rick Lai's authoritative chronology has been heavily updated to include Lester Dent's radio scripts and new data unearthed from the recent restored Doc Savage reprint editions.

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Yesterday's Faces #1 : Glory Figures by Robert Sampson
The era of the pulp magazine extended from 1896 to about 1957. The pulp magazines dealt in fiction that was, by reason of the audience and the medium, heightened beyond normal experience. The drama was intense, colors vivid, pace exhausting. The characters moving through th ... read more



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