The first issue, dated December 2004 but out in Summer 2004, will feature a long list of classic authors whose names will be familiar to pulp fans:
SKULLS, by H. Bedford Jones
Three explorers lost to savages . . . two bowls made from human skulls . . . and one gruesome revenge!
UNDER THE FLAME TREES, by H. de Vere Stacpoole
Armand Duplissis sailed to New Caledonia to break his brother from prison . . . at any cost!
RATS ASHORE, by Charles C. Young
After it finished off the rats, a writhing death came for the men . . .
THE EVIL EYE, by Vincent Starrett
A detective named Lavender vs. the mystic powers of the East¨and bank robbery!
˘WATSON!÷ by Captain A. E. Dingle
Sherlock Holmes finds a most unusual case aboard the steam yacht Vagrant . . .
ISLAND FEUD, by Hugh B. Cave
In port after port, in lie after lie, the island trader had done his best to destroy Harty. Now he had a chance to finish the job ¨ if he could!
THE MAN WHO COULDN'T DIE, by Hugh B. Cave
He was a beachcomber, a despised tropical tramp. She was a freak product of some teeming oriental slum, lovely, half-starved and wholly savage. Together they faced the mystery, the terror, and the stalking horror of Fortune Island!
BRITANNIA VICTURA, by H. P. Lovecraft
THE SKULL IN THE CLOUDS, by Robert E. Howard
THE SINGER IN THE MIST, by Robert E. Howard
EXOTIQUE, by Clark Ashton Smith
AN OPEN WINDOW, by Robert E. Howard
BY ANOTHER SEA, by George Sterling
SOUTHWARD BOUND, by Edmund Leamy
OLD SONGS MODERNIZED, by Corine Rockwell Swain
TO ONE WHO GOES ABROAD, by Barry Kemp
THE STREAM, by Clinton Scollard
THE BLOTTER, by the Editor
This is the editor's fifth magazine¨and the most fun of all!
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS, by Mike Resnick
Edgar Rice Burroughs: The Man Who Held the Hero's Horse . . .
PULP ROUNDUP, by Mike Chomko
Pulp expert Chomko looks at all the new books and magazines.
ADVENTURE TALES TALKS WITH HUGH B. CAVE
Author of more than one thousand stories, Cave is a legend in the field.
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