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The Pulp Magazines Project

Discussion in 'The Reading Room' started by Eric P, Apr 27, 2015.

  1. Eric P

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    AmateisGal I'll Lock Up

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    RBH Bartender

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    +1!!!
     
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    Holy smokes. What a resource. Worth a bump.
     
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    This is great--Thank You!!
     
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    I've been flipping through the tables of contents, and it strikes me how *few* of the authors I recognize! Fletcher Pratt, A. Merritt, Donald Wandrei, and Ralph Milne Farley . . . and that's about it. Not until I get into the Fifties with Planet Stories do I see familiar names like Ray Bradbury, Philip K. Dick, Henry Kuttner, and Leigh Brackett.

    The other astonishing thing, which I saw in my one 1964 copy of The Magazine of Horror, was that the full addresses of letter writers were published.

    ETA: May 1947, Startling Stories: a story by Robert Heinlein!
     

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