Pulp Magazine Holdings Directory: Library Collections in North America and Europe

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McFarland & Company, Jan 1, 2007 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 235 pages
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Increasing literacy rates and advanced printing technology gave rise to the pulp magazine in the late 19th century. Affordable, disposable, and commercially in-demand, the fiction magazines remained popular through the mid 20th century, and are now frequently cited by researchers as culturally and historically significant documents. This work is a comprehensive index of American pulp magazines.
Entries are organized alphabetically by magazine title, and offer bibliographic data including author, volume/issue numbers, dates of publication, publisher, and a brief categorization. Each entry also includes a helpful list of current library holdings, if any, among American, Canadian, and European libraries.

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Jess Nevins is a reference librarian at the University of California at Riverside. He lives in Tomball, Texas.

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