I have an article in THE PULPSTER #29, out this week! THE PULPSTER is the annual magazine for PulpFest and, although the 2020 convention was canceled, the committee decided to publish the magazine anyway. It’s not a regular edition, oh no! While not as thick as a Ziff-Davis AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY, THE PULPSTER #29 is almost twice as large as the 2019 edition. Weighing in at 84 pages, plus covers, it’s more like a “PULPSTER ANNUAL.” The issue celebrates the dual centennials of Ray Bradbury’s birth and the debut of BLACK MASK magazine.
My contribution is called, “Visions of Mars: The Pulp Years” and is a much expanded version of the post I wrote for the PulpFest website a few months back. It’s a swell issue of the magazine, there’s loads of in-depth information about Ray Bradbury that even non-pulp fans will enjoy. To get your copy head over to the PulpFest website. Ciao for now, dahlings!