We’ve put together a collection of articles on the pulps, the pulpsters and more.
- Behind Doc’s resurrection (day)
- Courtney Rogers profiles Len Leone, the art director and vice president of Bantam Books, who is credited with returning Doc Savage’s adventures to print in the 1960s.
- Page’s 1st-century adventures
- He’s more well known as the writer of 93 action-packed adventures of The Spider, but Norvell W. Page also wrote of a sword-wielding hero, Prester John.
- A heckuva family
- Philip José Farmer expert Win Scott Eckert takes an in-depth look at the Wold Newton Family and its roots, which stretch through popular fiction.
- The day the pulps died
- April 8, 1949, signaled the end of the pulp era. That was the day that Street & Smith, the top-tier publisher of pulp fiction, announced that its four remaining pulp magazines would be discontinued.