Here-for the first time since they were initially published in the 1920s, '30s and '40s-are tales of thundering western action and humor by the likes of Johnston McCulley (the creator of Zorro), Frank Richardson Pierce, Philip F.Read more...
Here-for the first time since they were initially published in the 1920s, '30s and '40s-are tales of thundering western action and humor by the likes of Johnston McCulley (the creator of Zorro), Frank Richardson Pierce, Philip F. Deere, Lee Bond, T.W. Ford and others-all at the top of their creative games, all writing at breakneck speed to satisfy what was an unquenchable market for western heroes and outlaws.
The Silver Kid, The Devil's Deputy, Biffalo Bull and a host of equally colorful characters ride the ranges once again in this first volume of The Pulp Western Anthology, set in a clean, new typeface and presented with the artwork that originally accompanied their stories. Beware Other Compilations
The Internet is jam packed with public domain books and stories that are easily accessible to anyone who knows how to use a search engine. Lazy publishers throw them into electronic and printed collections and then have the nerve to charge the public money for them.
That's not what you're getting in this anthology.
Clarion Publishing has carefully sought out 14 full-length stories and two novelettes that are found nowhere else, either in print or on the Internet; set them in a clean, new typeface; and presented them with the artwork that originally accompanied their stories. These popular classics have been resurrected because of their inaccessibility to the public and because they are too good to leave hidden in the dustbin of the Golden Age of Pulp Western Fiction. Journey Into Yesteryear
So roll a quirly, strap on your smoke-pole, and swing into the saddle for a literary romp that will take you from the alkali deserts of the southwest to the frozen wastes of the Alaskan wilderness, courtesy of The Pulp Western Anthology: Volume One.
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