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Pulp Crazy – Roads by Seabury Quinn

With this weeks episode being the last one until Christmas, I thought it would be appropriate to highlight my favorite Christmas pulp story. A tale that chronicles the secret origin of Santa Claus, “Roads” written by Seabury Quinn with remarkable illustrations by Virgil Finlay. “Roads” first appeared in the January 1938 issue of Weird Tales, but has been reprinted several time since. It is currently available as an eBook for a very affordable price of $2.99. I think all Weird Tales fans will enjoy it.

Links:

Kindle Edition: Here

Seabury Quinn: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seabury_Quinn

Seabury Quinn @ISFDB: http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/ea.cgi?755

Virgin Finlay @ Pulp Artists: http://www.pulpartists.com/Finlay.html

Tellers of Weird Tales: http://tellersofweirdtales.blogspot.com/

David Saunder’s Pulp Artists Website: http://pulpartists.com

Virgin Finlay Art From:

http://www.michelravey.com/comics/best_of_comics/artists/Finlay_Virgil.php

http://heroictimes.wordpress.com/2011/05/09/the-best-of-virgil-finlay-an-overview-of-the-best-virgil-finlay-art-books-pt-1-of-2/

Pulp Crazy – Bon Voyage, Michele by Seabury Quinn

 

In this episode I discuss Bon Voyage, Michele by Seabury Quinn. It is a weird romance tale set in Germany after World War I. The story first appeared in the January 1944 issue of Weird Tales. It features werewolves as they are depicted in traditional European folklore and myths.

Links:

Bon Voyage, Michele eText: http://www.unz.org/Pub/WeirdTales-1944jan-00006

Seabury Quinn: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seabury_Quinn

Tellers of Weird Tales: http://www.tellersofweirdtales.blogspot.com/

Seabury Quinn @isfdb: http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/ea.cgi?755