Celebrating the Birth of the Science Fiction Magazines and the 120th Anniversary of The Argosy.
A must have for anyone interested in the history of the pulp magazine field!
A Celebration of Science Fiction
- “My (Very Late) Tribute to Astounding,” by Robert Weinberg
- “An Interview With A.E. van Vogt,” by Robert Weinberg
- “An Alternate History of the Early SF Magazines,” by Will Murray
- “Reflections On Science Fiction,” by Manly Wade Wellman
- “An Interview With Poul Anderson,” by Dave Studzinski
- “Astounding Oddities,” by Will Murray
- “Amazing Stories,” by Everett F. Bleiler, with the assistance of Richard J. Bleiler
- “Writing the Pseudo-Scientific Story,” by Amelia Reynolds Long
- “Hugo Gernsback Tells,” by Hugo Gernsback
- “The Faces of Science Fiction,” by Tom Roberts
- “The Mort Weisinger Gala—June 5, 1937,” by Doug Ellis
- “Science Fiction Collector Rarities,” by Doug Ellis
- “Bogeyman,” by Stewart Robertson (a 1938 article on artist Frank R. Paul)
- “Roy G. Krenkel: A Brief Biography,” by David Saunders
- “A Gallery of Science Fiction Art by Roy G. Krenkel,” by Tom Roberts
A Celebration of The Argosy and Frank A. Munsey
- “The Story of The Argosy,” by Frank A. Munsey (from 1907)
- “The Making and Marketing of Munsey’s Magazines,” by Frank A. Munsey (from 1899)
- “From Pulp to the Silver Screen, 2016,” by Ed Hulse
First book publication
Trade paperback / 182 pages
Cover art by Frank R. Paul.
A Five Star review on Amazon.
“. . . we are blessed with a new edition of the Windy City Pulp Stories.”