Pulp

(1) A Genre and a Format

The pulps were magazines printed on cheap wood-pulp paper which dominated SF publishing from its beginnings through the 40s, largely dying out over the 50s. The format was characterized by unsophisticated and usually formulaic adventure stories. Nonetheless, modern SF grew from those pulp beginnings.

For more, see http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/pulp

(2) A Fanzine by Robert Weinberg

A fanzine edited by Robert Weinberg with fourteen issues from 1974 to 1980.

(3) A Multi-editor Fanzine

A fanzine edited by a variety of editors with nineteen issues from 1986 to 1991. The editors included Rob Hansen, Vince Clarke, Pam Wells, John Harvey, and Avedon Carol.

Issue Date Pages Notes
1 June 1986 20
2 August 1986 30
3 November 1986 26
4 Spring 1987 28
5 Summer 1987 28
6 November 1987 32
7 February 1988 28
8 April 1988 28
9 July 1988 30
10 September 1988 28
11 December 1988 36
12 March 1989 32
13 May 1989 30
14 July 1989 28
15 September 1989 34
16 March 1990 36
17 July 1990 46
18 May 1991 38
19 Summer 1991 30 Final issue

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