The Pulpster

The annual magazine about pulp magazines for over 25 years

PulpFest 2016 is a wrap

Posted on July 24, 2016

Wow, what a great PulpFest 2016! The dealers’ room doors clicked shut at 2 p.m. today (Sunday, July 24) until next year. We hope you had a terrific time, and enjoyed reading your copy of The Pulpster. If you weren’t at PulpFest and would like to purchase a copy of number 25, please visit Mike Chomko, Books. You will find information there shortly about ordering The Pulpster. Keep an...

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PulpFest 2016 gets underway

Posted on July 21, 2016

PulpFest 2016 opens its doors at 4 p.m. today (Thursday, July 21) for early registration, then the dealers’ room opens at 6 p.m. for early-bird shopping. There are a couple of presentations scheduled for tonight, followed by “Pulps in the Pub,” a new event where attendees have a chance to enjoy a frosty beverage and talk pulps. The pulp convention, along with FarmerCon XI,...

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One week until PulpFest 2016

Posted on July 14, 2016

It’s just a week away from PulpFest 2016 and the debut of The Pulpster number 25. We hope you’ll be heading to Columbus, Ohio, for the summer’s 45th annual pulp convention. PulpFest 2016 runs Thursday, July 21, through Sunday, July 24. As you can see by the contents of number 25, the 90th anniversary of Amazing Stories is the big anniversary being celebrated this year at...

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Back numbers complete

Posted on July 13, 2016

If you click the Back Numbers link at the top of the page, you will now see a gallery of the complete run of The Pulpster. Each cover image is linked to a rundown of the contents of that number. If you need more detail regarding a specific issue or article, please ask. We will be happy to assist you. Also, beginning with the current number (25), errata will be added at the bottom of the contents...

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25 years of ‘The Pulpster’

Posted on July 12, 2016

This year also marks another anniversary. Twenty-five years ago, at Pulpcon 20 in 1991, The Pulpster made its debut with 44 digest-size pages, thanks to the efforts of its founding and long-time editor Tony Davis. Twenty-five years — and 25 issues — later, The Pulpster continues as the oldest continually published magazine devoted to pulp magazines in general. Please join us at...

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