Pulp Fiction

Review: The Lone Ranger and Green Hornet comics collection

Review: The Lone Ranger and Green Hornet comics collection

The Lone Ranger Green Hornet comic is overall an entertaining read, very much in the spirit of its pulp fiction origins. Read More »

Walking Away from the Walking Dead

Walking Away from the Walking Dead

No more Walking Dead for me. Read More »

Interview: Lavie Tidhar

Interview: Lavie Tidhar

Israeli author and traveler Lavie Tidhar discusses the World SF blog, traveling the world for inspiration and his latest works. Read More »

The Neo-Pulp Electronic Revolution

The Neo-Pulp Electronic Revolution

There’s been something going on in the publishing business the last several years, and it’s nothing less than what I’ve been calling a Neo-Pulp Electronic Revolution. Read More »

The Marinated Writer

The Marinated Writer

Spillane, with companions I know what you are thinking, and no, that’s not what I was marinating in. We did have a beer with dinner last night, and that’s as much as I’ve drunk in a week, so I’m not *that* kind of writer. What... Read More »

Slammin’ Pulp Hero Stories

Slammin’ Pulp Hero Stories

There’s a new book out I’d like to recommend to anyone who’s a fan of pulp fiction– or anyone who just appreciates good writing. My friend Fred Blosser, known in some parts as an authority on Robert E. Howard, among other thi... Read More »

Amazing News Weekly

Amazing News Weekly

This week we offer you the first installment of a new weekly news feature.  But then, that’s kind of obvious, isn’t it? CONTEST Win a Signed Copy of Douglas Smith’s new novel THE WOLF AT THE END OF THE WORLD.        ... Read More »

The Safest Place There Is

Credit: Tom Edwards “The safest place there is. . . .” It’s a dubious, quizzical line, delivered by Lois Smith near the end of her one unforgettable scene as the self-proclaimed mother of Precrime. Dubious because we’re talking about the reliability ... Read More »

Inoculate Against the Lurids: Language Is A Virus

I’m pleased to be participating at Amazing Stories by writing about pulps. But before jumping feet first into that discussion, it’s best to issue a warning: It’s always important for all participants in a conversation to make sure they understand the... Read More »