Introducing: The Pulp Collective

I thought, like a stubborn Luddite, that the internet could spell doom for antique-centric hobbies and entertainment, like pulp magazines, movie serials, radio shows, etc.

Instead, the internet has proved to be the best thing to happen to pulp entertainment since the “Indiana Jones” trilogy. It’s brought pulp fans together (I had NEVER met a fellow enthusiast before I got online), and brought new fans to the genres.

Gabriel (from the Adventures In Writing blog) and I have been collaborating a bit, and here is The Pulp Collective, a joint project, possibly to have new members in the future. The purpose of the Collective, as Gabe has succinctly put it, is “to provide discussions about pulp and its many seedy bastard sons as they appear in many forms (movies, comics and even video games).” Expect discussions there to also include his neo-pulp projects as well as my own (that is an official announcement, by the way). Not sure what direction it’ll be going, but man… it’s nice to talk to pulp fans finally, y’know? I love the internet.


Published in: on May 22, 2007 at 3:57 pm  Leave a Comment  

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