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message 1: by Mike (new)

Mike (steakbone) | 1 comments There were once many online sources for pulp literature. Everything I had bookmarked seems to have dried up. The big names are still easy to find on the net, like Edgar Rice Burroughs, Lovecraft, Lester Dent, but where's the offbeat stuff? Has anyone got any links that they feel comfortable sharing?


message 2: by Mark (new)

Mark (markmckeejr) http://pulpgen.com/pulp/downloads/ind...

I found this one about 2 years ago. It's constantly updated with terrific, wide-ranging stories in pdf format.


message 3: by Jim, Co-moderator (new)

Jim (jimmaclachlan) | 234 comments Mod
Wow! Thanks, Mark. Excellent site.


message 4: by Steven (new)

Steven (stevenschend) | 8 comments I'd recommend http://manybooks.net/ as a source of stories searchable by author, genre, etc.


message 5: by Jim, Co-moderator (new)

Jim (jimmaclachlan) | 234 comments Mod
Not a source of etext, but for a wonderful look at some pulp covers, here are most of the Fantastic covers.
http://www.philsp.com/mags/fantastic....

Go back to the home page here:
http://www.philsp.com/index.html
& take a look at some of the other magazines.


message 6: by Vincent (new)

Vincent Darlage | 6 comments Jim wrote: "Not a source of etext, but for a wonderful look at some pulp covers, here are most of the Fantastic covers.
http://www.philsp.com/mags/fantastic....

Go back to the home page here:
http://www.phil..."


That's awesome! Thanks for the links!


message 7: by Abhay (new)

Abhay | 14 comments Jim wrote: "Not a source of etext, but for a wonderful look at some pulp covers, here are most of the Fantastic covers.
http://www.philsp.com/mags/fantastic....

Go back to the home page here:
http://www.phil..."


Mark wrote: "http://pulpgen.com/pulp/downloads/ind...

I found this one about 2 years ago. It's constantly updated with terrific, wide-ranging stories in pdf format."




Thanks for the links Mark and Jim


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message 9: by Randolph (new)

Randolph (us227381) There are almost any pulp e-texts available somewhere if you know how to look for them. This usually only applies where there are still multiple copies of the particular magazine/issue extant however. Some require .cbr and .cbz file reading capability, but most don't.


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