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Jun 7, 2021

In 1970, Warren Murphy and Richard Sapir published a story they had been working on for several years Created: The Destroyer.   Over the next year they published volumes 2 and 3 in the series and gave us Remo Williams, Chiun, the history of the House of Sinanju (history's greatest assassins), the secret government...


May 31, 2021

Fred Adams is a retired English professor and a prolific pup writer who specializes in complex adventures with moral dilemmas and supernatural overtones.  His latest novel Fangs of the Sea is a rollicking 18th Century sea story Involving Vampires, Zombies, Pirates, Spanish Caribbean Colonists on the lam from the...


May 24, 2021

In the 1960s, Philip Jose Farmer began an in-depth study of the Tarzan stories by Edgar Rice Burroughs to find the true story behind the actual person upon whom Tarzan of the Apes was based.  This included historical studies, reviews of Burke's Peerage, and delving into the scientific bases of a feral man raised by...


Apr 26, 2021

New Pulp premiere authors Win Scott Eckert and Frank Schildiner  discussed their upcoming novels published by Meteor House Press.

It’s Always Darkest by Frank Schildiner

This story is set in the Empire of the Nine Universe in the 1970 and involves a a "side story" about another heroic character who became a Candidate...


Apr 19, 2021

Prolific authors Gail McAbee and Jon Kirsch have written an homage to the legendary American author Robert E. Howard in which he has an adventure fighting beside pastiches of some of his own creations.  It is a delightful and exciting romp with well developed characters interacting with their own creator.  This is a...