You’ve read pulps or reprints, but you want to know more? You want to know the stories behind the pulps? About the people who wrote and published the pulps? Anything you can get your hands on? Here’s where to start.
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The pulp bibliography is segmented into these categories:
- Character listings, for books and articles dealing with specific pulp characters.
- Pulpster listings, for books and articles dealing with those who wrote, illustrated and published the pulps.
- General listings, for books and articles dealing with pulps in general.
- Genre listings, for books and articles dealing with a specific genre of pulps.