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This guide supports the Fall 2015 WVLA Conference presentation from October 2015.
Last Updated: Oct 9, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Sources for New Pulps

Essential Pulp Links

  • Galactic Central
    Galactic Central is a clearinghouse for fiction bibliographies including the FMI. The Image Gallery contains the most complete gallery of pulp cover art online.
  • Pulp Artists
    The Field Guide to Wild American Pulp Artists is art historian and artist David Saunders' guide to the pulp artists. The site includes an extensive bibliographical essay on each artist.
  • Pulp Magazine Archive at
    Large collection of scanned pulps in the public domain.
  • PulpFest
    This site supports the annual pulp convention held in Columbus, Ohio. It includes numerous historical articles as well as links.
  • Radio Archives
    Source for audio of old radio shows and pulp audio books.
  • The FictionMags Index
    This is an extensive index of fiction published in magazine format. This essential reference indexes over 1,000,000 items in 5,000 titles and 110,000 magazine issues.
  • The Pulp Magazines Project
    The Pulp Magazines Project is an academic archive containing a number of PDF scanned pulp magazines, cover galleries, and essays on the pulps.
  • ThePulp.Net
    ThePulp.Net provides a wide variety of pulp information including the latest pulp news, an excellent set of pulp related links, a podcast, and the popular Pulp Super Fan and Yellowed Perils blogs.

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