Sunday, September 28, 2014

Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Action Stories, September 1926


I don't believe I've ever read anything by Kenneth Gilbert, but I love the title of his yarn in this issue of ACTION STORIES: "The Menace of Mastodon Valley". I'd read that right now if I had a copy. The only other authors in this issue I'm familiar with are Victor Rousseau and Frank Richardson Pierce, both consistently entertaining pulpsters. I'll bet all the stories are pretty good, though.

3 comments:

Richard said...

I'd read it too. Looks like a darn good issue!

Anonymous said...

Nothing would make me happier than to purchase "The Big Adios" in honest-to-god-real-genuine-printed-on-paper *BOOK* format -- but that doesn't seem possible at the moment.

Plus there seems to be no way to contact the "publisher" via their website to inquire as to future print availability. Or to contact them for any purpose at all.

If you're going to publish "books", might it not seem logical to hire a decent "publisher" for your website at least?

This. Does not bode well. :)

James Reasoner said...

This is definitely available in a print edition from Amazon. Here's a direct link to that page:

http://tinyurl.com/ow28xg8