PulpMags

The official blog for the Pulp Magazines Project, an open-access digital archive of early twentieth-century pulp magazines

History of Ginger Stories now available

Ginger Stories was a magazine whose covers promised reading that was “Piquant, Pungent, Peppery, Pleasing.” It was launched in November 1928 and ran for 31 issues before its publisher, Frank Armer, changed the title to simply Ginger with the June 1931 issue. The magazine ran for another 10 issues under this title before ceasing publication in April 1932…

For a full history of the magazines see http://pulpmags.org/database_pages/ginger_stories.html

"Ginger will be preserved"

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