Saturday, February 07, 2015

Saturday Morning Western Pulp: Frontier Stories, March 1931

This issue of FRONTIER STORIES has an eye-catching cover reminiscent of a movie stunt. I can see Yakima Canutt doing something like that. And the line-up of authors can't be beat: Walt Coburn with an installment of his novel BARB WIRE, which truly is an epic and maybe Coburn's best novel, Eugene Cunningham, Harry F. Olmsted, James P. Olsen, and an article about Tombstone by Walter Noble Burns. Definitely worth a couple of dimes at the newsstand.

1 comment:

Bill Crider said...

I've read Walter Noble Burns' book about Tombstone. It's written in the grand style and pretty entertaining.