PulpFest 2017

PulpFest 2017 Guest of Honor, artist Gloria Stoll Karn

PulpFest 2017 Guest of Honor, artist Gloria Stoll Karn

PulpFest 2017 ran Thursday, July 27, through Sunday, July 30, at a new location for the first time, in Mars, Pa., just outside of Pittsburgh. Below you will find links to audio recordings of seven sessions — totaling over four hours of pulp programming — as well as links to ThePulp.Net’s other coverage of the event.

Pulp presentations

Compliments of the Domino Lady
Long-time journalist and pop culture historian Michelle Nolan takes a look at a female pulp hero in “Compliments of the Domino Lady.”
100 Years With the Author of Psycho, Robert Bloch
Popular culture professor Garyn Roberts, who was received PulpFest’s Munsey Award in 2013, examines “100 Years With the Author of Psycho, Robert Bloch.”
Hard-Boiled and Dangerous: The Many Characters of Erle Stanley Gardner
Anthony Marks, winner of a 2009 Anthony Award, presents “Hard-Boiled and Dangerous: The Many Characters of Erle Stanley Gardner.”
Hard-Boiled Dicks: A Look at Dime Detective Magazine
Matt Moring, publisher at Altus Press, discuses “Hard-Boiled Dicks: A Look at Dime Detective Magazine.”
The Dangerous Dames of Maxwell Grant: Myra Reldon, Margo Lane, and Carrie Cashin
Will Murray, pulp historian and author of the new adventures of Doc Savage, Pat Savage, and Tarzan, discusses “The Dangerous Dames of Maxwell Grant: Myra Reldon, Margo Lane, and Carrie Cashin.
Guest of Honor Gloria Stoll Karn
David Saunders, pulp art historian and son of pulp artist Norman Saunders, talks with PulpFest 2017 Guest of Honor Gloria Stoll Karn about her career as a pulp artist.
Hard-Boiled at 100: The Don Everhard Stories of Gordon Young
California State University Sacramento professor Tom Krabacher and long-time pulp collector Walker Martin discuss “Hard-Boiled at 100: The Don Everhard Stories of Gordon Young.”

ThePulp.Net’s coverage

Yellowed Perils: PulpFest
TPN editor William Lampkin attended PulpFest 2017 and posted daily photos from “the summer’s pulp convention.”

ThePulp.Net’s Facebook page
In addition to our regular posts, you’ll find updates from PulpFest here and be able to comment on them (if you’re a Facebook member — if not, you’ll should still be able to read the page).

ThePulp.Net’s Instagram feed
Look at photos posted live from PulpFest on TPN’s Instagram feed. Search for #pulpfest2017.
ThePulp.Net’s Twitter feed
Short items — 142 characters or less — from the PulpFest goings-on. Search for #pulpfest2017.