Pulpdom by Caz

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 READ THIS FIRST

    There are now 100 issues of Pulpdom the magazine, born in Jan. 1997. If you add 89 issues of ERB-dom (1960-1976) to 62 issues of Fantastic Collector (1988-1996) that is 252 magazines in 60 years. 

      

        For 22 years in 98 issues we investigated authors and pulp maga-zines and published over 3000 pages of information. But it is now just old authors who wrote for old magazines,

mostly flaking away as pulp paper does. But if you are curious about the details of real popular American fiction 1900-1950s, you might start with Pulpdom #1. Not much is out of date, and you will meet many interesting people with samples of their work. We also like thrilling illustrations, and there are 100s in the set. Most  customers say they read a couple at a time over several weeks. They are fun reads, as each issue was carefully crafted for remembrance.

         Take a look through the Index,

for a subject or a name.

           Pulpdom 1-75

INDEX to all 75  issues by author, pulp magazine title

or subject. (click here)

  All 75 back issues are available as PDF   units. This folder is 771.5 MB and they

 are all sent at one time.  On receipt, put  

 them in a folder for easy reference. Page 

 1-3 is the INDEX to all 75 issues, this is about 2000 pages, $35 by PayPal..

  

 Pulpdom Online 1-23

is just a switch PDF only . All 23 - $9 by PayPal, almost 500 pages of interesting and entertaining stuff with artwork.

Contents Guide to those 23 issues.

Click Hereld)
       -or  all 98 issues, 
 in PDF for only $40.
 
 Go to Payal.com,
in "Tools" use "send money": ridgefirecaz@gmail.com
 
I will respond and send them all.

72 pg PDF

only $3

A Kaspa short story by MikeTaylor, an illustrated biography of C.T.Stoneham of Africa who created Kaspa, and a 35 page section devoted to Edgar Rice Burroughs, with recollection of ERB-dom 60 years ago, unpublished art by MacDonald & Barrett, two old 1909 pulp stories that hint of Barsoom and a white man-monkey traveling in the trees of an African plantation and being harassed by more ape-like men monkeys to the point of disturbing the guests who actually came to see the Mighty Obeah.

*** This is a 72 page PDF, less than 10MB, quick and easy to download, read & print.

Go to PayPal.com, send $3 to ridgefirecaz@gmail.com with your email, and I'll send. I can get it done within a few hours or less. Thank you for your interest and support.

JUST

PUBLISHED

 

"KASPA -TREK INTO

  TIRAMBITAR"

is about half of my first novel. It recounts Kaspa

and Yashtar being drawn into a foreign land, and

will introduce you to these two unique heros,

and their strange new friends, Falanda & Mak,

the blue lady and the tall dark guy.

It is in a 70 page PDF titled Pulpdom 99,

with 14 full color paintings by Sankner & Orsak

 

By PayPal send $3 to:

ridgefirecaz@gmail.com

 

AN  INTRODUCTION      

   Kaspa Starke was raised by lions in Africa. All described by C. T. Stoneham in his 1930 book, THE LIONS WAY. There were several sequels & shorts, five published in old Pulpdoms.

    In TREK INTO TIRAMBITAR, Kaspa has met an amazing woman: Yashtar, the Lion Goddess of Bal-Hanno.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Off they go into The Great Rift Valley of Africa, only to be drawn through an odd tessaract and into a giant new jungle and desert world. Covered by a green and orange pastel sky, and a bright blue sun that passes over regularly. Ash gets captured by some huge baboons,  but even escaping their clutches into Kaspa's arms, the creatures have chased the couple deep into TIRAMBITAR, a wonderous lost wild land on a giant planet in another solar system.

        The good part is they are traveling and camping with their friends, several African lions.

 Also included in Pulpdom #99  WOLFSLAYER

by Mike Taylor

    Mike is the author of four Kaspa short stories published in Pulpdom Online 17, 18, 19 & 21, $1 ea.in PDF. Order & read now.

PayPal: ridgefirecaz@gmail.com

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