We always appreciate it when someone takes the time to review one of our books. In this post, The Pulp Super-Fan takes a look at Thrilling Detective Pulp Tales, Vol. 2. Volume 3 is now available as well!
In his short career, Norbert Davis was one of the most reliable contributors to the detective pulps. He was born today in 1909. Davis is one of the writers featured in The Beginner’s Guide to Pulp Fiction, Volume 2. Davis was born in Illinois in 1909. His family moved to California and Davis studied lawContinue reading “Norbert Davis (1909-1949)”
The Beginner’s Guide to Pulp Fiction, Volume 2, is now available in print and ebook format. This is the second volume in our series, both of which have been No. 1 New Releases at Amazon. And we’re happy to report it landed a positive review from Ron Fortier over at Pulp Fiction Reviews. “Every pageContinue reading “Ron Fortier reviews The Beginner’s Guide to Pulp Fiction Vol. 2”
Captain Satan made its debut with the March 1938 issue. Captain Satan was the temporarily rebranded Strange Detective Mysteries. After two issues in 1937, the magazine – which focused on bizarre detectives – was retitled to focus on Captain Satan. Captain Satan is one of the titles featured in The Beginner’s Guide to Pulp Fiction.Continue reading “Captain Satan debuts – 1938”
As some may remember, we were the authorized agent for Airship 27 at PulpFest in 2019. We’ve got a few books left from the show and are blowing those out at $10 each including shipping (in the U.S.). Simply email email@example.com if you are interested and we’ll send you a PayPal invoice. Following titles areContinue reading “Airship 27 sale!”