Help your pulp fan check off the passage of 2015 with a pulp calendar.
For next year, Asgard Press has calendars featuring pulp science-fiction and western covers. You have a choice of wall or desk calendars (or both). Prices range from $14.95 to $21.95 on the company’s website. The calendars are also sold in some stores.Read More
Unless there’s important pulp news that preempts them, watch for new pulp gift ideas each Tuesday and Thursday in December.
The first one’s coming up shortly. Stay tuned!Read More
I’ve mentioned before that — while there are a number of black-and-white photos of pulps on newsstands — I would love to see a vintage color photo of a newsstand covered in pulps.
A week ago today, artist Avi Katz sent me the best example of what it must have been like to stand in front of such a newsstand.Read More
With Doc Con starting tomorrow, let’s just make this a Doc Savage week at Yellowed Perils.
While Dent is popularly remembered as the chief writer for Doc Savage Magazine, he also had other series characters and stories in the pulps. Canote covers that history in his tribute.Read More
THE BOOK CAVE SHUTS ITS COVERS: The final episode of “The Book Cave” hit the interwaves last Thursday.
Ric Croxton and Art Sippo wrapped up their podcast “about books, comics, pulps, movie serials, old time radio and TV series” with its 300th episode. Guests included Bruce Rosenberger of the KomicsKast podcast, and Tom and Ginger Johnson of Echoes fame.Read More
After a post-PulpFest recovery, I’m trying to get back in the routine of posting here at Yellowed Perils. So please keep an eye on the blog on Tuesdays and Thursdays. (Michael is posting Mondays, Wednesdays or Fridays over at The Pulp Super-Fan blog.)
So, on with the pulpy bits…
SEX AND THE SINGLE CTHULHU: Bobby Derie has a new book out for H.P. Lovecraft enthusiasts. It’s “Sex and the Cthulhu Mythos” (Hippocampus Press), which looks at “the role of love, sex, and gender in Lovecraftian literature.”Read More