Number 21 of The Pulpster was published for PulpFest 2012.
Edgar Rice Burroughs in the pulps
For almost as long as there were pulps, ERB had stories in them.
by Tony Davis
The master of the jungle
A complete Lucifer Jones adventure (with pardons to ERB).
by Mike Resnick (Illustrations by Kez Wilson)
Jim Reading, flying detective
John Ames’ airborne agent flew for Flynn’s in a dozen stories.
by Monte Herridge
Pulpcon’s final chapter
The end of “The Little Convention That Could.”
by Donald Ramlow
Enter the barbarian
Robert E. Howard’s Conan slashed his way onto newsstands 80 years ago.
by Morgan Holmes
From the Arkham House archives
David Rajchel offers a peek into his August Derleth/Arkham House files.
by George Vanderburgh
The body of his writing is in the dealers’ room — and his remains are nearby.
by John Wooley
James L. “Rusty” Hevelin: 1922-2011.
by Don Hutchison
Editorial, by Tony Davis
p. 39, “Christopher Samuel Youd, who wrote as John Christopher, died on Feb. 3, 2012.” (The date was incorrectly listed as Feb. 5, 2012.)