Fredric Brown, 1906-1972

Fredric Brown was born on this day in 1906. He’s one of the many pulp writers profiled in the Beginner’s Guide to Pulp Fiction, Vol. 1. Brown was a science fiction and mystery writer, known for his use of humor and for his mastery of ultra-short stories of one to three pages, often with ingenious plotting devices andContinue reading “Fredric Brown, 1906-1972”

Three new titles from Brick Pickle Pulp

We have three new pulp collections, available now in print and ebook formats via Amazon and other bookstores. Deck the Pulps: Yuletide Tales of Murder, Mayhem & Adventure Even the hard-boiled pulps took some time out to recognize the Christmas season. This collection of vintage yuletide stories includes stories of murder and mayhem, but alsoContinue reading “Three new titles from Brick Pickle Pulp”

Edmond Hamilton, 1904-1977

Edmond Hamilton was born on this day in 1904. He’s one of the many pulp writers profiled in the Beginner’s Guide to Pulp Fiction, Vol. 1. Hamilton is one of the founding fathers of the science fiction pulps, helping create the “space opera” genre that dominated the early days of science fiction. Hamilton’s career beganContinue reading “Edmond Hamilton, 1904-1977”