At Atlas Obscura, Natasha Frost writes about the Lesbian pulp fiction of the 1950s and 1960s and interviews writers Ann Bannon and Katherine V. Forrest.
The Ransom Center Magazine interviews James Machin about weird fiction in Britain. “Weird fiction is a subgenre of fiction that utilizes aspects of fantasy, horror, and supernatural fiction, while often featuring nontraditional alien monsters. Well-known weird fiction authors include H.P. Lovecraft, Arthur Machen, and M.R. James, while Edgar […]
Hey, it’s a collection of Gloria Stoll Karn’s pulp magazine covers. See her work for magazines including Black Mask, Detective Tales and Thrilling Love!
Gaze in horror and wonder at this gallery of grisly cover art from German horror publishers, Hexenhammer and Gruselroman! (Thanks, Ed!)
Friend of the Gutter Andrew Nette writes about a cache of pulp magazines discovered in Melbourne. Click through for more–and pictures! “The magazines were published in 1936 and 1937 – just before import restrictions were introduced – making them just over 80 years old. As you can see […]
Do you dare lose yourself in the Pulp Magazine Archive at Archive.org?! Weird Tales! Fangoria! True Detective! Amazing Stories!