PULP NOW: WESTERN PULP!
PULP WRITER REJUVENATED!
PAUL S. POWERS - REJUVINATED WEBSITE NOW ONLINE!
For all the Western pulp fans, you should take a look at the new and rejuvenated website Laurie Powers has done for her grandfather, pulp writer Paul S. Powers.
TO VISIT THE SITE CLICK HERE
For those that don't know, Paul S. Powers was a prolific and successful pulp fiction writer, writing over 400 stories for such pulp fiction magazines as Wild West Weekly, Weird Tales, Thrilling Western, Texas Rangers, and more. Later Paul wrote a successful and acclaimed Western novel, Doc Dillahay. Paul was a skilled craftsman who wrote in many genres, including horror, noir, animal, and historical non-fiction. Many of his stories were written under the pseudonym Ward M. Stevens.
NOW, FOR THE FIRST TIME, YOU CAN PURCHASE A PAUL POWERS SHORT STORY - NEVER BEFORE PUBLISHED!
Recently over 20 short story manuscripts were discovered. Many of these were written in the late 1940s and early 1950s, and they consist of a variety of genres, including noir, horror, animal, and of course, westerns. A collection of these stories will be soon published. One of these stories, "Murder on the Hoof," is now available for purchase as an e-book through our online store.
DRAWING TO WIN AN ORIGINAL WILD WEST WEEKLY MAGAZINE!
To celebrate the launch of the new Pulp Writer web site and the release of "Murder on the Hoof," we are inviting everyone to enter a drawing to win a copy of the January 1, 1938 issue of Wild West Weekly.
This issue features the cover story by Paul S. Powers (written under his pseudonym Ward M. Stevens) "Sonny Tabor Rides with Death." Also included in this issue are stories by Walker Tompkins, George C. Henderson, Philip F. Deere, Emery Jackson, and Chuck Martin. And if that isn't enough for you, there's also a poem by the great S. Omar Barker!
To enter the drawing, either buy an online copy of "Murder on the Hoof," or send an email to:
All entries must be in by July 23, 2010. The drawing will be on July 24, 2010.
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