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The Pulpster No. 27

The Pulpster No. 27Bookseller Mike Chomko is a major supporter of the pulp and digest magazine community. He serves on the PulpFest convention committee and publishes The Pulpster magazine for that annual show in Pittsburgh.

Contents
William Lampkin
: From the Editor
Contributors
Michael Chomko: From the Publisher
William Lampkin “Fatty’s Friend” (Rosco “Fatty” Arbuckle)
Tom Krabacher “Mr. Hoffman’s Wartime ‘Adventure’” (Arthur Hoffman)
Arthur Sullivant Hoffman “That Earlier American Legion”
George Evans & Michael Chomko “With ‘Wings’ I Soared”
Philip José Farmer “A Fimbulwinter Introduction”
Joe R. Lansdale “The Man with the Electric Brain”
Irene Cumming Kleeberg “A Peek Inside Popular Publications”
David W. Smith “The Original Suicide Squad”
Tony Davis: Final Chapters

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The Pulpster No. 27
Editor: William Lampkin
Assistant Editor: Peter Chomko
Publisher: Mike Chomko
8.5” x 11” 48 pages
A few copies of the The Pulpster are still available within the U.S.:
No. 26 and 27 $13.00 each postage-paid or order both for $24.00 postage-paid
Email Mike Chomko for further ordering instructions.

The Digest Enthusiast No. 8

The Digest Enthusiast #8 coverThe eighth edition of The Digest Enthusiast is now available in print and digital copies. I haven’t updated LarquePress.com yet, but should get the full description and cover images posted later today or tomorrow. Michael Bracken, who gets the cover spot this time, included us in his post today on the SleuthSayers blog—thank you!

If you read digest magazines with any regularity it would be hard to miss something by Michael. Seems as if he’s everywhere these days. Good thing, his stories are terrific. His interview in TDE8 is loaded with background on his career, writing tips, and comments about several of his recently published stories. As always, it’s illustrated with lots of cover images of past and present digests.

The Digest Enthusiast #8 back coverTDE8 is available in print from amazon and select booksellers like Mike Chomko, DreamHaven, and Bud’s Art Books. If you prefer digital, it’s available for Kindle and from Magzter.