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James Allen St. John: Tarzan and Pulp Fiction

On the 1st of October 1872, James Allen St. John, often referred to as ‘the godfather of modern fantasy art’, was born in Chicago, Illinois. 581 more words

Art

Vintage Pin Up: Margaret Brundage

A little bit different from our usual pin up art, right?

Well…

Here’s one of Miss Brundage’s stranger pieces, although as she was the chief artist for the pulp magazine… 14 more words

books read Sept. '13 - Sept. '14

Past time for me to post the list of what I’ve read this past year. More than I thought I had, apparently. Lots of short weird tales, lots of fantasy, and a smattering of Restoration-period literature because I never got rid of some of my college textbooks and am trying to decide if they contain anything I’d be interested in reading again. 957 more words

The Corpus Cat Chapter Thirteen of Thirteen

The Corpus Cat

Mr. Binger

Chapter Thirteen of Thirteen

“He’s nowhere, he’s run away,” Barry tells his wife at dawn. The man wandered the neighborhood all night looking for their pet cat. 1,002 more words

Horror

Carlos and Julio (and Monty)

The good news: it was a beautiful weekend to celebrate Non Stop Bhangra‘s ten year anniversary. The bad news: I danced so hard I think I broke my toe. 1,009 more words

Books

Ink&Iron Heroic Fantasy

Discarded
Dreams
of Immortality
&

Meat
Puppets
that Scream
of Blood
that Flows
like Sand
Reanimated
Man
the Damned
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Ink&Iron Heroic Fantasy

Hall
of the
Spider
God

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Last
Son
of
a Fallen
Line

Strives
to Hold
Back
the Sands
of Time

as He
Battles
the Divine. 10 more words

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