As Bill Lampkin — editor of THE PULPSTER — recently wrote: “While 2020 may be looking like the “Year Without Pulp Conventions,” we have something for you to look forward to — this year’s number of THE PULPSTER.”
The annual magazine for PulpFest will soon be available, despite the convention having been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This year’s Pulpster won’t be a regular edition. While not as thick as a Ziff-Davis AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY, THE PULPSTER #29 will be almost twice as large as last year’s edition. Weighing in at 84 pages, plus covers, think of the forthcoming issue as THE PULPSTER ANNUAL . . . or PulpFest without the trip to Pittsburgh.
Like our canceled convention, the dual centennials of Ray Bradbury’s birth and the debut of BLACK MASK magazine are the focus of THE PULPSTER #29. To learn more about what’s inside the issue, read “Highlights from THE PULPSTER” on our homepage.