7 edition of Pulp Fictioneers found in the catalog.
March 24, 2004
by Adventure House
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
"These Sensitive Writers" in Author & Journalist (May ), reprinted in 'Pulp Fictioneers: Adventures in the Storytelling Business edited by John Locke. Give Me Liberty () (as Ed "Vagabond" Bodin). by Robert Kenneth Jones. The shudder pulps published some of the grisliest, goriest, most outrageous mystery-terror fiction ever sold on the American newsstand, during the golden age of the pulp magazines. This volumes chronicles the authors, artists, and publishers of those classic thrill-fests! 6×9. pages.
Uncovered: The Hidden Art of the Girlie Pulps – Gold Medal Winner for Best Popular Culture Book BEA (Adventure House, −) ISBN Locke, John-editor. Pulp Fictioneers – Adventures in the Storytelling Business (Adventure House, ) ISBN Hersey, Harold. In Pulp Fictioneers, John Locke has gathered articles and excerpts from hundreds of pulp-era writing journals. Topics include behind-the-scenes looks into the pulp world, the rise and fall of the business, and the personal experiences of writers, editors, and publishers. Adventure House,
About this Item: Fictioneers, Soft cover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dustjacket. Virgil Finlay; Hannes Bok (illustrator). 1st Ed. Super Science Stories pulp magazine for January , Vol 5, No 1. Good condition, no back cover. Book. Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller 1. To understand how I came into the pulp community, a little stroll down memory lane is in order. Actually, I had been aware of pulps since my childhood back in the s and had even tried to buy one off the newsstand; but my loving and caring mother had blocked the purchase.
The heart of Branson
A Minisink fragment
World metro systems
synopsis of fevers and their treatment.
The flowers of literature
Proceedings of the First CCF Users Meeting
Cup of silence
Education and on-the-job training program for veterans
History of the British Empire
Hyperbaric oxygenation: proceedings of the Second International Congress, Glasgow, September 1964.
Astrology, thesacred science.
gateway to health
Basics of electric motors
And it is the most interesting and informative of this latter group that Pulp Fictioneers attempts to gathers together. An Amazon Book with Buzz: "Sweet Sorrow" by David Nicholls "With fully fleshed-out characters, Pulp Fictioneers book dialogue, bountiful humor, and genuinely affecting scenes, this is really Author: John Locke.
Book of the Dead: Friends of Yesteryear: Fictioneers & Others (Memories of the Pulp Fiction Era): Price, E. Hoffmann, Ruber, Peter A., Ruber, Peter A., Williamson, Jack: : Books/5(2).
But another category of article presents behind-the-scenes looks into the pulp world, the rise and fall of the business, the experiences of writers, editors, and publishers.
And it is the most interesting and informative of this latter group that Pulp Fictioneers attempts to gathers together. 6×9; pages; Adventure House; Published: 04/ During the great Pulp Era, popular fiction magazines brightened America.
Locke’s Off-Trail Publications specializes in books which combine vintage pulp fiction reprints with related histories of the era, the authors and the magazines.
Gang Pulp is a pioneering look at the violent gangster fiction that came into vogue during the last years of Prohibition.4/5. Pulp author William Wallace Cook once Pulp Fictioneers book out 54 novels in one year, a feat (made possible only by his encyclopaedic plot knowledge) which he later recorded in the classic Plotto: The Master.
pulp fictioneers edited by john locke of off trail publications and published by adventure house in its pages of adventures in the storytelling business this collection is the result of combing. pulp fictioneers adventures in the storytelling business pdf Favorite eBook Reading to your door amazonglobal ship orders internationally pulp fictioneers adventures in the storytelling business adventure house isbn 1 83 4 hersey harold the new pulpwood editor adventure.
iPulpFiction takes a different approach to digital pulp by selling its catalog in an HTML5 format, with the document residing on its web server but accessible by up-to-date web browsers.
iPulpFiction provides classic pulp stories, including Black Mask Magazine, Famous Fantastic Magazine, Dime Mystery Magazine and Horror Stories, and New Pulp stories, including books by Airs Pro Se Productions and Moonstone Books. Adapted from James Oliver Curwood’s “In the Tentacles of the North” (Blue Book, January ).
Few fictioneers ever attained the success enjoyed by James Oliver Curwood, who wrote for slicks and pulps alike and saw many of his best tales published between hard covers.
Goulart, Ron () Cheap Thrills: An Informal History of the Pulp Magazine, Arlington House, ISBN Goulart, Ron () The Dime Detectives. Mysterious Press, ISBN Hamilton, Frank and Hullar, Link (), Amazing Pulp Heroes, Gryphon Books, ISBN Robbins, Leonard A.
The Pulp Magazine Index. (Six Volumes). Our inventory of pulp magazines is listed below. We also carry a huge assortment of vintage paperback books. Our paperbacks are not currently available for purchase through our web site, but may be ordered from our eBay store: Captain Combat ( Fictioneers Inc.) Pulp Vol.
1 #2. Tags: Pulp Adventure. Published Jun by Fictioneers, Inc. In the late 30s, Popular Publications started Fictioneers, Inc., a pulp line that paid its authors half the going market rate of a penny a word. Hoffmann Price, soldier-of-fortune, and prolific pulp author, used the term in his memoirs from the pulp years, BOOK OF THE DEAD — FRIENDS OF YESTERYEAR: FICTIONEERS & OTHERS, published by Arkham House in Fighting Aces ( Fictioneers) Pulp Vol.
3 #1. Published Jul by Fictioneers, Inc. This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available. Within the fantasy-fan and pulp-magazine collecting communities, this group of memoirs by a prolific pulp writer has reached almost legendary stature, although the finished, long-delayed book, prov.
Pulp magazines (often referred to as "the pulps"), also collectively known as pulp fiction, refers to inexpensive fiction magazines published from through the s. The typical pulp magazine was seven inches wide by ten inches high, half an inch thick, and pages long.
Pulps were printed on cheap paper with ragged, untrimmed edges. share. The Wolfsonian in Miami Beach is exploring pulp fiction cover art from the s to s, and the social issues embedded in the lurid imagery.
The Education of a Pulp Writer Thursday, Octo And remember I told you I had more to say about MAN OF THE WEST. Well, here I am at the Western Fictioneers with an appreciation for the Gary Cooper film along with a new poem. Lastly, Book review RAZORED ZEN.
Legend of the Black Rose Western Fiction Review. BLOOD OF RENEGADES. In addition to publishers, we also have included a few other addresses related to the fictioneers who edited, wrote or illustrated the pulps. We’re limiting this to actual places, rather than locales depicted in pulp stories, such as Doc Savage’s Empire State Building headquarters.
ALL proceeds for the book go back to Western Fictioneers. None of us are being paid for the work we're doing. It’s truly a labor of love. As a reader, you’ll find stories about family, lost and found.
Tales of Civil War and reconciliation. Gunfighters. Bounty hunters. Small towns and. He certainly was one of the heavy producers of pulp stories and novels in the ’s, 50’s and 60’s. He married his school-girl sweetheart, Mildred, and became one of the youngest writers on the big name pulp scene.
We were friends from the start of my career. His help and advice got me into the world of pulp story writers. For me, the entire book was an eye opener, that put a whole new light on the pulp fictioneers and the creation of pulp literature and the characters that patrolled their pages.
One of my favorite stories was This is the Way I Make my Bread by Frank Gruber. Gruber was a prolific pulp writer and turned out dozens of novels, mostly Westerns and.
Penzler Pick, November I'm a sucker for good reference books about mystery fiction and this one is pretty good, if extremely limited to those who remember the great era of pulp magazines and collect them.
Pulps (in case you are really young and don't know about them) were very inexpensive magazines that flourished during the period shortly before WWI to just after WW/5(1).