Audrey Parente, editor
(Available in print edition)
Pulp Adventures #38 features pulp fiction classic and new, ranging from hardboiled mystery to fascinating science fiction.
- "1936: Year Of Pulp Upheaval" by Will Murray — The Pulp Heroes had it rough that year, and it wasn't all super-villains.
- "Dr. Whitehead & The Naked Secretary" by David Goudsward — An author of Weird Tales faced the horror of typing his own manuscripts when his secretary became Miss Florida 1931.
CLASSIC PULP FICTION
- Death Is A Rebel by Roger Torrey — [20,000 word hardboiled thriller] — Murder was occurring in Florida, right under Detective Mahoney’s snoot — exceptionally baffling murder that speedily developed angles rough and tough, plus painful international aspects of continent-shaking revolution.
- "The Fireplace" by Henry S. Whitehead — Angry embers burned many years after the fact …
NEW PULP FICTION
- "Room 801" by Jack Halliday — Just another date for some, but August 5 signified revenge and redemption for other people.
- "Tunnels of Lao Fang" by James Palmer — An unspeakable horror dwelled among the stalactites.
- "Taking the Plunge" by Paulene Turner — The world’s high-rolling cockroaches look forward to a long, hot night of partying — Unless special agent “Valentina” stops them.
- "From Here to Sheboygan" by Charles Burgess — A one-way trip to hell — with Murder as the back-seat driver.
- "All in Her Head by Bryce Beattie" — “Want to take a mindtrip? No drugs involved,” read the classified. What could go wrong, Joshua decided.
- Editorial by Audrey Parente
- Retro Review: Soft Touch / Man Trap by Rich Harvey