The Pulpster

The annual magazine about pulp magazines for over 25 years

How do you rate #26?

Posted on July 28, 2017

We hope you enjoyed the 2017 edition of The Pulpster. Please take a moment to let us know what you thought about its articles by completing the following, brief survey. Your feedback on the current issue will help us plan for upcoming ones. Thank...

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One week until PulpFest 2017

Posted on July 20, 2017

PulpFest 2017 begins a week from today in Pittsburgh, Pa. You still have time to make plans to attend. Complete details are on the PulpFest website. Attendees of the pulp convention will be getting a copy of The Pulpster at registration. Additional copies will be available for sale after all attendees have received theirs. Copies will also be available for order via Mike Chomko, Books after the...

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A #26 teaser

Posted on June 28, 2017

I’d promised a rundown of what’s in the upcoming number of The Pulpster in the previous entry. Head over to the PulpFest website for a short teaser that posted today. We’re just a month away from PulpFest 2017 in Pittsburgh, Pa. As you can see by the photo at right, The Pulpster is still a digital work-in-progress, but it’s coming together quickly. It’s due at the...

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How do you rate #25?

Posted on March 11, 2017

Please take a moment and complete the following survey regarding last year’s number of The Pulpster. We’re interested in your opinion. Letting us know what you think of the issue will help us plan for upcoming ones. Thank you! This survey is...

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‘The Pulpster’ in Pittsburgh

Posted on November 14, 2016

Pick up The Pulpster number 26 at PulpFest 2017 in Pittsburgh, Pa. The next issue will be available at the convention on July 27-30, 2017. After eight years in Columbus, Ohio, PulpFest is moving to just outside of Steel City. For complete info on the move, please visit the PulpFest website. Watch here for details on the 2017 issue of The...

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Robert Weinberg: 1946-2016

Posted on September 26, 2016

Author, editor/anthologist, and pulp historian Robert Weinberg passed away Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016. He was 70. Weinberg was involved with publishing more than 100 books over the past 40 years. Locus Online notes: “His first publications of genre interest were bibliographical indexes of sf magazines, and he compiled and published many books on the field and its authors during his career,...

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