Mr.Asimov died in 1998,and
among his 450 books is this -  ---earth history compressed.

Pulpdom by Caz

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History of Pulpdom

    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 251 magazines I have published in 60 years. That average was 4.2 a year.

       There is a lot of variety in the 101

 issues of Pulpdom about authors &  pulps. 3 free issues in PDF format.

 H. Bedford-Jones, "King of 

 the Pulps", is the featured

 author in

      Pulpdom Online #20





 typical "pulp magazine",of 

 1930s  and 40s.It is described in

 Pulpdom Online  #17,  which 

 has a story from 1940, and

 is a fat 48 page PDF. POL #17

Pulpdom 1-75

INDEX to first 75  issues by

author, pulp magazine title

and subject. (click here)

          All 75 back issues are available as 

 75 PDF units. This folder is 771 MB and  they can be sent at one time.  On receipt,  put them in a folder for easy reference.  Then use the INDEX to all 75 issues, and  search thru about 2000 pages.Send $40 by  check to Cazedessus, 12450 Parklake Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70816.....or use  Paypal, though they are unreliable.


 Pulpdom Online 

  just a name change. POL #1 is aka  regular Pulpdom #76. All 25 issues

is about 500 pages.$10 gets you all 25, ---->  all 25 issues in

25 PDF units, w/an index/guide.

Contents Guide for

first 23 issues.......

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in 100 PDFs for only $50,
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The latest issue of Pulpdom,
 #100, is FREE ! Click here!
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 Kaspa, a Real Lion Man

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Artwork by Rob Sankner & Joe Orsak


This is the cover of the KROOM SON

OF THE SEA issue,Pulpdom O. #23.


 Who is Kaspa?

     Inspired by Tarzan, [created by 

 Edgar Rice Burroughs in 1912] 

 Kaspa the Lion Man was created 

 by C.T. Stoneham in  1930.  There 

 were three novels by Stoneham, 

 and now five new short stories by 

 Mike Taylor and Caz, published

 in recent issues of Pulpdom --this

 obscure little magazine with an

 origin in the 20th century. [ERB-

 dom, the father of Pulpdom, 

 began publication in 1960, and 

 won the Sci Fi Hugo for  Best

 Amateur Magazine of 1966.]

      One of the new Kaspa stories,   

 is included in Pulpdom #100, 

 which is free. Some issues of

 Pulpdom are for sale and three 

 are free. I hope that the free ones, 

 in PDF fromat (#17, #20 & #100) 

 will give you a “feel” for them 

 and you will want the complete 

 set in PDF format for only $50.

 When you have all 100 issues in

  a folder on your desktop, each is

  quickly available for reference

 and easy to read and review


  Who is Yashtar?

        Another of the KASPA tales, 

 "Trek into Tirambitar” is a 30,000 

 word adventure that introduces 

 “Yashtar, the Lion Goddess”, a








 strong and beautiful companion 

 of the Lion Man. She was created

 in 1940 by John Wiggin in an issue

 of ACTION STORIES, (Aug.1940)
 and her story is reprinted in full

 in Pulpdom Online #17, one of

 the free issues. She is the perfect 

 mate for the Lion Man, as you

 will see on reading about her.



       The world of pulp magazines

 and the characters they presented

 to the popular "fiction reading"
public for over 50 years has faded.

 But, they remain an opportunity to  escape today's techno world, and re-  live fantasy adventures in fantastic   settings with famous heroes written by   mostly forgotten authors. My  version   of Kaspa and his lion

friends  reflects   my idea of escape fiction, not too   much blood and mayhem, more a tale   of exploring a new world cursed with   the baboon-like Jumboi, but still a good life in the wilds of a vast,  world,  reminiscent

of early America when it was not cluttered with too much "civilization."

   That is Tirambitar, in #99

     --- Camille Cazedessus, BR,La.  

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 *** CAZUALS ***

I think it is over. No one

seems to be interested

in Pulpdom or Kaspa. I have been doing all this

for over 60 years, and I have grown weary with

so little feedback, even

with M. Brown's

favorable comments of

Pulpdoms 1 to 50

nicely reviewed in his

Fanzine Focus


of last recent years.


I have decided to quit

and let it be, just

not worth it. Not even

sure I'll keep this

website going.

I still live, but that's

about it. It's been a

long fun run,

including a Hugo.

All things must pass.


I found another

 copy of Ike Asimov's CHRONOLOGY OF THE WORLD, one of the great history books of the 20th century. If you don't have this book in your library, you are really missing a history gem.

No single book gives you such super information on any two pages of this 675  page 1991 treasure.

My knees hurt

so much, it is

hard to walk

around. So I will

not be going

to any Cons

unless very close.

But I would

probably welcome

a visitor... just

call in advance.




KIT CARSON  (1809-1868)

    A real person who became one of the  

 first of the pulp heroes, in spite of his 

 disdain for such notoriety. Perhaps 50

 "dime novels" feature him, or characters

 using his name. Not too tall, rather shy

 and unassuming, he lived in Taos, New

 Mexico and had a family of ten kids

 with his wife Josefa, a fine Spanish lady.

Details here.


Who was Louis L'Amour?

- creator of the Sacketts!

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