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New Issues: Adventure, Blue Book, and Short Stories

The Pulp Magazines Project has added 10 new issues of 3 classic pulp magazine titles to its full-text digital archive. These include the Feb. 1911 issue and complete 6-issue run of Vol. 53 from the summer of 1925 (Jun. 10, 20, & 30; and Jul. 10, 20, & 30, 1925) of Adventure, feat. Prisoners of War and When East Met West, by prolific British pulp authors Talbot Mundy and W.C. Tuttle, respectively (Jun. 10, 1925). Two issues of Blue Book (Jan. 1924 and Nov. 1926) feature Agatha Christie’s “The Plymouth Express Affair” (Jan. 1924) and H. Bedford-Jones’s “The Trail of Death” (Nov. 1926). In the Jul. 10, 1924 issue of Short Stories, you will find Harold Lamb’s “The Camp of the Snake” and Murray Leinster’s “Grist”. There are now a total of 312 full-text magazines available on the site.

New Scans, October 2014

For more information on classic pulp titles like Adventure (1910), Blue Book (1915), and Short Stories (1910), check out Mike Ashley’s “Golden Age of Pulp Fiction” and R.D. Mullen’s “From Standard Magazines to Pulps & Big Slicks“.

For news and updates, along with a complete list of issues posted, check out our News & Updates page here.

The Pulp Magazines Project would like to thank the members of the Pulpscans Group, especially Saskia van de Kruisweg (ROC, Amsterdam) for beautiful scans, and Jan van Heiningen (Utrecht University) for generous access to his collection.

New Issues: Adventure and Blue Book (9/25/2013)

The Pulp Magazines Project has added 5 new issues of 2 classic pulp titles to its full-text digital archive. These include the Jun. 15, 1935 and May 1949 issues of Adventure, feat. Cleopatra’s Promise, by prolific pulp author Talbot Mundy (Jun. 15, 1935); and the May 1936, Mar. 1937, and Jul. 1938 issues of Blue Book, feat. short stories by H. Bedford Jones, along with William L. Chester’s Tarzan-inspired series, Kioga. There are now a total of 235 full-text magazines available on the site.

For news and updates to the site, along with a complete list of issues posted, check out our News & Updates page here.

New Scans II, September 2013For more information on the history of these classic pulp titles, check out Patrick Belk’s “Adventure Magazine: America’s No. 1 Pulp“; Mike Ashley’s “The Golden Age of Pulp Fiction“; and R.D. Mullen’s “From Standard Magazines to Pulps & Big Slicks“.

And for October, more SF!

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