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Latest revision as of 15:04, 28 December 2019

Inexpensive fiction magazines published from 1896 through the 1950s. The typical pulp magazine was seven inches wide by ten inches high, half an inch thick, and 128 pages long. Pulps were printed on cheap paper with ragged, untrimmed edges.

Some pulps, like Argosy ran a variety of stories by different authors. Other pulps, like The Shadow or Doc Savage, specialized in the exploits of a specific characters.

Internet Archive pulp magazine archive (IA) (vast)


Publishing Search: Fanac, Fan, Pro, SFE, Wikipedia, Reasonator


See also: 1968 Open ESFA - Alex Schomburg - Bob Leman - Bradbury: An Illustrated Life - Don Ford - Dr. David H. Keller - Frank M. Robinson - Golden Age - Graves Gladney - Haffner Press - JD-Argassy - Joe Gibson - Mary Martin - Mort Weisinger - Murray Leinster - Nils Hardin - Pen Name - Pulp Era Amateur Press Society - Robert E. Howard - Ross Rocklynne - Sargasso Book Shop - Slicks - Starmont House - The Purple Dawn - The Time Machine - Windy City Pulp & Paper Convention - Windy City Pulp & Paper Convention 19 - Xenern - Xenophile