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Pulp-Lit Productions specializes in omnibus collections of classic stories from the golden age of pulp fiction, presented in all the formats: Audiobook, e-book, softcover and (except for the pocket-size Classic Edition series) hardcover.

Algernon Blackwood:

Sir Algernon Blackwood, CBE, was a master of sinister tales of occult matters as well as stories of wild places. He was one of the most prolific ghost-story writers in history, and remains one of the most renowned. His best-known works were written in the first quarter of the 20th century. Late in life he became a celebrity narrator for the BBC. He maintained a lifelong interest in the occult — Rosicrucianism, theosophy and the like — and in the wild outdoors; both of these inflenced his work strongly.

Algernon Blackwood: The Listener and Other Stories.

• Hardcover (346 pages)

• Deluxe softcover

• E-book (Kindle or EPUB)

• Audiobook (8 hours)

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Edgar Rice Burroughs:

Considered by many to be the founder of the “Planet Fiction” subgenre of science fiction, and best known as the creator of the legendary Tarzan character, Edgar Rice Burroughs came late to the author's life starting in 1911. Most of his early works, including all of these, were first published in serial form in pulp-fiction magazines like Munsey's All-Story and Argosy.

 

The John Carter Trilogy of Edgar Rice Burroughs:

• Hardcover (636 pages)

• Deluxe 6x9 softcover

• E-book (Kindle or EPUB)

• Audiobook (16.3 hours)

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The Tarzan Duology of Edgar Rice Burroughs (Annotated Omnibus Edition):

• Softcover (588 pages)

• E-book (Kindle or EPUB)

• Audiobook (16.3 hours)

Hardcover coming soon

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The Lost Continent:

• Pocket-size softcover
(142 pages)

• E-book (Kindle or EPUB)

• Audiobook (3.5 hours)

 

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Robert E. Howard:

Robert E. Howard is the founding father of the “Sword and Sorcery” sub-genre of fantasy. It's a storytelling innovation he achieved by blending historical fiction with conventional fantasy, so that the story has the ring of long-forgotten myth. A versatile storyteller with a masterful command of language and subtext, he was, during his lifetime, actually more well known as the writer of a series of humorous boxing stories starring the Sailor Steve Costigan.

 

Robert E. Howard's Conan the Cimmerian Barbarian: The Complete Weird Tales Omnibus:

• Hardcover (860 pages)

• Softcover, pulp-mag-size 7x10

• E-book (Kindle or EPUB)

• Audiobook (35 hours)

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The Hour of the Dragon (Annotated Storytellers' Edition)*:

• Softcover (322 pages)

• E-book (Kindle or EPUB)

• Audiobook (9 hours)

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* Annotated Storytellers' Editions are designed for readers who are interested in the art and craft of storytelling — which is to say, usually, fiction writers. Annotations are in-depth, and focus on identifying, appreciating and learning from the techniques and tools the author uses to weave his or her particular kind of narrative magic. All annotations appear in a separate section at the end of these editions, to prevent them from interrupting the experience of the story.

 

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H.P. Lovecraft:

Arguably the most popular of all the old pulp writers, H.P. Lovecraft is best known as a master of cosmic horror fiction. Lovecraft's innovation was to drop conventional ghost stories in favor of a kind of dark science fiction in which “supernatural” phenomena are actually the result of physical beings and processes that humans are simply too insignificant to understand.

 

H.P. Lovecraft: The Complete Omnibus, Volume I (Annotated Omnibus Edition):

• Hardcover (558 pages)

• Softcover, pulp-mag-size 7x10

• E-book (Kindle or EPUB)

• Audiobook (23.8 hours)

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H.P. Lovecraft: The Complete Omnibus, Volume II (Annotated Omnibus Edition):

• Hardcover (608 pages)

• Softcover, pulp-mag-size 7x10

• E-book (Kindle or EPUB)

• Audiobook (27 hours)

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Supernatural Horror in Literature:

• Hardcover (128 pages)

• Softcover, pocket size

• E-book (Kindle or EPUB)

• Audiobook coming soon

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Fungi from Yuggoth: The Sonnet Cycle:

• Hardcover (102 pages)

• Softcover, pocket size

• E-book (Kindle or EPUB)

• Audiobook (1 hour,
   20 minutes)

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Seabury Quinn:

Seabury Quinn was the most popular author in Weird Tales Magazine for most of its existence, and he was an editor's dream: consistent, prompt and professional. He was a prosperous journalist and attorney specializing in mortuary jurisprudence. He edited the American undertakers’ association’s trade publication, Casket and Sunnyside, and wrote stories for the pulp-fiction magazines on the side.

Pledged to the Dead: A Jules de Grandin Mystery:

• Hardcover (47 pages)

Softcover coming soon

• E-book (Kindle or EPUB)

• Audiobook (1 hour, 6 minutes)

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Coming soon:

Current projects in process at Pulp-Lit Productions, and anticipated completion dates:

The Trouble Deep.

The debut novel of J.J. Davitt, published under Pulp-Lit's new Bankshott Books imprint. A gripping read, it's a romantic-suspense tale set deep in the Amazon in 1928. Now in advance release in paperback and e-book through Amazon's Kindle Unlimited program, with full release scheduled for November 2017 in hardcover, softcover, e-book and audiobook.

H.P. Lovecraft: The Complete Omnibus, Volume III (Annotated Omnibus Edition):

The third and final volume of the H.P. Lovecraft weird-fiction collection comprises works Lovecraft wrote in collaboration with other writers, or ghost-wrote for them. Coming October 2017.

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