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PulpFest 2017 reports

Posted by at 9:50 am Friday, September 8, 2017 in Events, PulpFest, Pulps
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PulpFest 2017 reports

PulpFest 2017Updated: Sept. 8, 2017.

It’s time once again for a roundup of PulpFest 2017 reports.

As usual, I will update the listing as I learn about additional reports appearing online. (Let me know about them in the comments below, or by emailing me.)

Airship27: PulpFest 2017
Ron Fortier looks back on PulpFest 2017, with a number of photos illustrating his post.

Art’s Reviews
Art Sippo turns over his podcast to recordings from New Pulp readings and FarmerCon XII panels from PulpFest 2017.

Castalia House Blog: PulpFest 2017
Morgan Holmes writes about his trip to PulpFest 2017 at the publisher’s website.
File 770: 2017 Munsey Award
Mike Glyer has a brief report on Phil Stephensen-Payne of Galactic Central being awarded the 2017 Munsey Award.
The Leader’s Chronicles: PulpFest 2017
You may have seen Lewis Forro setting up his camera and flashes around PulpFest, and taking photos. Now you can see the results. He has posted a selection of his pictures from the con on his website.
Murania Press: PulpFest 2017 Report
Ed Hulse recounts his trip to PulpFest 2017, with photos.
Mystery*File: Convention Report: PulpFest 2017
Walker Martin provides a detailed essay on this year’s convention.
Pulp Flakes: PulpFest 2017 Photos
Sai Shankar offers up a gallery of photos from PulpFest 2017.
ThePulp.Net: PulpFest 2017
Look for seven audio recordings from the Pulp Event Podcast of the pulp-focused panels at PulpFest 2017. You can listen to them online, download them, or access them via the iTunes Store or Google Play.
Yellowed Perils: PulpFest 2017
Here at Yellowed Perils, you’ll find my daily posts from PulpFest 2017, as well as a follow-up gallery of photos.

2 Comments

  1. Bill,

    Thank you for posting these links. No, reading about PulpFest and seeing the photographs was not as good as being there. However I am glad that you took the time to gather these links so at least I could day dream about what it was like to have been there.

    • I hope you can make it one year, Daryl!

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