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Protecting Project Pulp 100: John D. MacDonald

Main Fiction: “Final Mission” by John D. MacDonald, first published in Planet Stories, November, 1950. Narrator: Fred Himebaugh. In that precise, antiseptic, post-war society, thirteen hell-raising old space-warriors were as obsolete as bass knuckles in a debate. . .and somewhat more of a nuisance. So brass-bands played, and brass-hats brayed. . .and a coffin ship […]

Protecting Project Pulp 99: W. Ryerson Johnson

Main Fiction: “The Avalanche Maker” by W. Ryerson Johnson, first published in West Magazine, July 22, 1931. Narrator: Logan Waterman. He’s a little guy, but man alive, he throws a whole mountain at a murdering thief! PulpFiction.com.au, and Simon’s photos of the store

Protecting Project Pulp 98: Henry Kuttner

Main Fiction: “The Eyes of Thar” by Henry Kuttner, first published in Planet Stories, Fall, 1944. Narrator: Rob Smales. She spoke in a tongue dead a thousand years, and she had no memory for the man she faced. Yet he had held her tightly but a few short years before, had sworn eternal vengeance—when she […]

Protecting Project Pulp 97: Harold F. Cruickshank

Main Fiction: “The Fangs of Otan” by Harold F. Cruickshank, first published in Thrilling Adventures, August 1939. Narrator: Samuel Campbell. A She-Cougar Fights for Life and Safety in the Untracked Wilds! Age of Aces biography

Protecting Project Pulp 96: Ray Cummings

Main Fiction: “Stamp of Doom” by Ray Cummings, first published in Crack Detective, March 1946. Narrator: Fred Himebaugh. That set of stamps the murdered man had been mounting in his book when someone knifed him was worth dough. Anyone could have turned it over for a small fortune. Yet, the only pasteboard missing from the […]

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