~ Pulpdom was a magazine born in January, 1997. It was a new name for my hobby zine about authors of popular fiction, begun in 1960 as ERB-dom. At first centered on Edgar Rice Burroughs, in Dec. 1988 it was reborn as a zine about many more pulp authors besides ERB.
I wanted to research them and that's what Pulpdom did, with lots of gratis help from artists and writers like Al Lybeck & Mike Taylor.
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 1900-1950 and have the time, you might start with Pulpdom #1. Al-most none of it is out of date, and you will meet many interesting people with samples of their work.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.
I suggest you look through the Index,
for a subject or a name. We reviewed many very rare books and old pulp magazines, with cover illustrations and other art. Ask for a free sample.
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
These are $25 by PayPal..
Pulpdom Online 1-23
is just a switch from 'printed on paper' copies to PDF issues to be read on a
computer.All 23 - $5 by PayPal, almost 500 pages of interesting and entertaining stuff. For the contents of those 23 issues.
The first 98 issues,
in PDF for only $30
Go to Payal.com,
in "Tools" use "send money":
I will respond and send them all.
'TREK INTO TIRAMBITAR' with 14 full color
illustrations is printed in Pulpdom #99, Jan. 2020.
Finely printed in 70 pages, $5.
It is a 30,000 word novelette about Kaspa the Lion Man and Yashtar the Lion Goddess, both born in the pulps many years ago and now resurrected for new and amazing adventures.
This is a totally original and "different" approach for a hero story, a more fundamental narrative style than usually seen.
Also in this issue is a short story by Mike Taylor,
WOLFSLAYER. It gives a nod to Robert E. Howard.
PULPDOM is a home published book with very
limited exposure and distribution. -Publisher