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Classic Pulp Ficition

Return of the classic history of classic pulp fiction “Cheap Thrills The Amazing! Thrilling! Astonishing! History of Pulp Fiction” by Ron Goulart, $29.95 paper.  Originally published in 1972 this is the history of great and not so great pulp fiction and their writers.   14 more words


The First Weird Western

The first Weird Western story ever written, courtesy of the pulp fiction master himself, Robert E. Howard. Originally published in Weird Tales, May 1932.

HORROR FROM THE MOUND… 6,964 more words

Chainmail Bikinis (and the lack therof): C.L. Moore's Jirel of Joiry.

If you’ve read (or watched, or played) enough fantasy, you’ve already got a set of character archetypes (stereotypes, if you’re feeling mean) in your head. 1,338 more words

Entry 0022: Trying to Unlock the Magic

LP: Remain in Light by the Talking Heads

1980 Sire SRK 6095

Favorite Track: Crosseyed and Painless

I have a writing deadline this month and I am struggling with the story that I am writing. 3,068 more words


Sally Gets an Oil Change

It was finally Sally’s turn to ease her car into the garage. The brake lights in the car in front of her came on and the car slowly started to pull ahead. 1,298 more words


Zombies and Nazis and D-Day, Oh My!

The TL/DR Synopsis Synopsis: A new horror short fiction collection, Stille! Untoten!, includes my story “Les Poupeés Gris.”

Links to: The book and the previous volume in the series. 613 more words

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