In 2019 PulpFest announced their convention theme, Children of the Pulps, and I felt a calling to share my long felt beliefs in the links between the The Wild Wild West and the pulps.
The Penny-a-Word Brigade – Book Review (Pulp Fiction)
Naturally, I hoped that some secret would be revealed within the pages of that book to mastering writing at a voluminous perfect pace.
The Radio Man & Beasts – Book Review (Pulp Fiction)
Published in 1924 The Radio Man series follows the same concept. Author Ralph Milne Farley would beam his hero, Myles Cabot, with radio waves to the planet Venus.
The Suicide Squad (Pulp Fiction) – Books
The Suicide Squad…they had made a blazing swath of gunfire through the underworld. There had been five of them at the start; then only four; then three – Kerrigan and Murdoch and Klaw. Tomorrow there might be only two, or one – or none…
Covering Things – Books
I once attend a Crime & Mystery Festival held by our local library. One of […]
Terror In The Navy (Pulp Fiction) – Books
Doc Savage is without a doubt the second most iconic character from the pulp magazine […]
Bells Doomed the Murdering Ghost – (Pulp Fiction) – Books
I think from the minute I was placed in the cradle for bed my parents […]
Not That Damn Movie! – Books
When people ask my husband what he enjoys reading, he says – pulp fiction. This […]