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Book Review: ‘Thieves Fall Out,’ A Lost Pulp Novel by Gore Vidal

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A long-lost slice of pulp by this literary figure gets resurrected by Hard Case Crime. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Brainquake,’ The Last Pulp Crime Novel by Filmmaker Samuel Fuller


The late expatriate American moviemaker’s last pulp novel gets its long-deserved English language publication. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Ghost Gal: The Wild Hunt (Volume 1)’ by Bobby Nash

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Get ready for a wild ride as Alexandra Holzer takes on The Wild Hunt in this short, fast-paced paranormal adventure. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Joyland’ by Stephen King


King’s latest debuts as a Hard Case Crime trade pulp. Read More »

Book Review: Death of a Citizen by Donald Hamilton

A gritty sixties spy series gets resurrected by the pulp aficionados at Titan Books. Read More »

Book Review: Shock Troops of Justice by Robert R. Mill

Pulp fiction mixes with an ode to the early F.B.I. in this collection of genre pieces from the thirties. Read More »

Book Review: The Leopard Couch by Sax Rohmer

A new collection of yarns from the creator of Fu Manchu unearths 13 entertaining period fantasies. Read More »

Science Fiction Pioneer Homer Eon Flint Gets Second Chance at Publishing Career

Murdered 1920s author Homer Eon Flint is publishing again -- thanks to an e-publisher and his determined granddaughter. Read More »

Book Review: The Consummata by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins

A posthumous "collaboration" brings back a Spillane hero from the sixties. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Pulp Shakespeare Transcribes Tarantino

This reinterpretation of Tarantino's film as a Shakespearean tragedy is fascinating and works hilariously well. Read More »