Sunday, May 11, 2014

Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Argosy, July 29, 1939

Not exactly a Mother's Day cover, but at least the lead story in this issue of ARGOSY has "Mother" in the title. "Mother Damnation" is the first part of a serial by the great storyteller Theodore Roscoe. Other authors in this issue include W.C. Tuttle, Philip Ketchum (with a "Bretwalda" story, part of a series about an enchanted battle ax), James Francis Dwyer, and C.K. Shaw. Not as star-laden an issue as ARGOSY sometimes produced, but I'll bet it was good reading. That cover, by the way, is by Rudolph Belarski.

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