Among the so-called “big four” pulp magazines, Short Stories was one of the largest. It’s hundreds of issues gave us literal thousands of (you guessed it) classic short stories. This is the list of Short Stories Magazine issues.
Asimov was himself a product of the Pulp Magazine craze, and largely considered to be one of its most important prodigies, especially in the genre of science fiction. It’s not surprising, therefore, that he created his own sci-fi magazine, one that continues to this day. Though a relatively late addition, and arguably not a “pulp”...
Argosy Magazine is said to be the first of the pulp magazines, the one that launched a trend. For decades, it was the leading publication in the industry, considered one of the big four. This is the list of Argosy Magazine issues.
All-Story became famous primary because of certain authors that contributed to it. Though it is not an exclusively speculative fiction publisher, it did feature a lot of science fiction literature. This is our list of All-Story Weekly Magazine issues.
The launch of the first Amazing Stories magazine is considered the start of the modern era of science fiction. It spawned a hugely popular genre that, though niche at its time, has now become mainstream. This is the Amazing Stories timeline. What is Amazing Stories Magazine? Amazing Stories is a science fiction magazine that began...
Weird Tales is more influential on our modern culture than most of us know. It popularized the supernatural horror genre, and gave us timeless authors like H. P. Lovecraft, and Robert E. Howard. This is the list of Weird Tales Magazine issues.
Black Mask, in its day, was the leading crime and detective fiction magazine in the world of pulps. It has since lost a bit of its wide-spread fame, and certain editions are hard to find these days. But that doesn’t stop it from being one of the most important contributions of pulp magazines.