Magazines & Pulp Fiction
News - Entertainment & Other
Pulp Fiction, penny dreadfuls, nickle and dime magazines and periodical mags. These were the main entertainment sources for people from the mid 1800's until the mid 1900's. This truly is "Classic Pulp" The term pulp referenced the cheap mil paper used to print these magazines. They were often bought at low cost and traded between people.
Many authors pounded out quick moving stories that typically ran between 8 and 70 pages. Many famous authors and their stories started here. Just a few are Jules Verne, Edgar Rice Burroughs, H.P. love craft, H.G. wells, Robert E Howard and many more!
These are scans of many old publications some costing thousands of dollars for a single Physical copy.