As promised, our new collection, Pulp Adventures on the Moon, is being published in time for the annual PulpFest show, kicking off next week in Pittsburgh.
2019 is the 50th anniversary of man’s first landing on the moon. But long before Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin first set foot on our celestial neighbor, writers did just that in the pages of the pulps. This collection includes 10 stories and two articles from the pulps envisioning what might be waiting for Earthly explorers on the lunar surface. Includes contributions from Jonathan W. Sweet, R.L. Farnsworth, Henry Kuttner, W.E. Thiessen, Frank Belknap Long, Noel Loomis, Oliver Saari, Victor Rousseau, Alexander Samalman, George Whitley, Charles E. Fritch and James Blish.
This new collection will be available at PulpFest, or for order through Amazon (in both print and ebook formats) or other bookstores.