Submissions open for Minnesota Not-So-Nice 2

Brick Pickle Media has opened submissions for Minnesota Not-So-Nice 2: New Pulp Tales from the North Star State. This is a follow up to our 2020 release, Minnesota Not-So-Nice. Proposals should feature stories set mostly or entirely in Minnesota. We are looking for varying lengths from short stories to novellas, including detective tales, adventures andContinue reading “Submissions open for Minnesota Not-So-Nice 2”

Popular and Argosy writer George Bronson-Howard

January 7 Pulp writer George Bronson-Howard was born on today’s date in 1884. He is one of the many writers featured in The Beginner’s Guide to Pulp Fiction Volume 2. Bronson-Howard lived only 38 years, but packed quite a bit of life into his less than four decades. Born in 1884 in Maryland as oneContinue reading “Popular and Argosy writer George Bronson-Howard”

Doctor Death, Black Mask writer Harold Ward

January 5 Doctor Death writer Harold Ward was born on this date in 1879. He is one of the many writers featured in The Beginner’s Guide to Pulp Fiction Volume 2. Ward wrote hundreds of stories for the pulps, but his most well-known creations today are the Doctor Death stories. Ward was born in 1879Continue reading “Doctor Death, Black Mask writer Harold Ward”

2020 Best Sellers

These were our top-selling items for the entire year of 2020. The year presented many challenges to our business and family, but we are also happy to report that 2020 was our best year since we started the business in 2014. (As always, important to remember that we specialize in collectible items and niche categories,Continue reading “2020 Best Sellers”

December Best Sellers

These were our top-selling items for December. Christmas seems to have brought out the readers (or at least the book-givers), as we had our best month in the history of the business. (As always, important to remember that we specialize in collectible items and niche categories, so it’s going to look a little different thanContinue reading “December Best Sellers”