Sunday, October 17, 2021

Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Argosy, July 17, 1937

"144 Pages of Fine Fiction", and that's no lie. If not for the blasted serials, ARGOSY might well be my favorite pulp of all time. Great authors and top-notch stories, week after week. In this issue, we have a Fisher and Savoy novelette by Donald Barr Chidsey (illustrated by a fine Rudolph Belarski cover) and stories and serial installments by Theodore Roscoe, Luke Short, Frank Richardson Pierce, Judson Philips, William Chamberlain, and John Hawkins. I'll bet it's a thoroughly entertaining issue.


Morgan said...

The William Chamberlain story would be "Battle Shouts Down the Wind." Chamberlain wrote western and war stories. I am curious as to what this story is about.

Adventuresfantastic said...

That cover story looks interesting. Do you know if that series has been collected in book form?

James Reasoner said...

I don't believe Chidsey's Fisher and Savoy stories have ever been collected. Years ago I read the whole series in one of those homemade books that people made by ripping the stories out of pulp magazines and binding them together. It's worth reprinting.