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Pulp Magazines

A guide designed to introduce the user to the most effective resources for researching pulps

Welcome!

Welcome to the guide for pulp magazines! This guide is designed to introduce you to the most useful resources for researching pulps. Don't hesitate to contact me directly if you have any questions or concerns.

You may also want to consult the research guides for particular literary periods to find resources and tips for investigating a particular era in literature.

Circulating American Magazines

Banner for Circulating American Magazines website. Text "Circulating American Magazines: Visualization tools for US Magazine History" superimposed over image of man looking at a newsstand covered in periodicals

Created by JMU's Dr. Brooks Hefner and Duke University's Dr. Ed Timke, Circulating American Magazines is an online resource for accessing and visualizing reliable circulation data for American Periodicals.

More Information About JMU's Pulp Magazines

1st Annual Pulp Studies Symposium: Sensational Scholarship