Sunday, November 07, 2021

Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Short Stories, October 10, 1932

That's a nice, evocative "red sun" cover by Edgar Franklin Wittmack on this issue of SHORT STORIES. And you certainly can't argue with the great bunch of writers inside: H. Bedford-Jones, W.C. Tuttle, William Chamberlain, James B. Hendryx, Lemuel de Bra, and Cliff Farrell, among others. Jacland Marmur is listed on the cover but according to the Fictionmags Index doesn't actually have a story in this issue. Still plenty of good adventure reading there.


John B said...

That's a fantastic cover.

It's hard to imagine publishing something like this every two weeks!

Rick Robinson said...

I’ve never understood the apparent appeal of torn clothing, from this cover to Doc Savage.