I found myself scrolling around through some of my previous posts on heroic fiction, pulps, and sword-and-sorcery this last week and decided that rather than draft something new I’d just point readers towards some of my favorite oldies.
First, an overview of some great pulp historicals.
Here was my look under the hood at Robert E. Howard’s writing techniques.
Here I wrote about one of my favorite writers, Leigh Brackett.
Harold Lamb is the unsung and often unrecognized grandfather of sword-and-sorcery. Also, he was a great adventure writer. Here’s proof.
Lastly, how can I discuss pulps without mentioning the one-and-only Ki-Gor?
But wait, there’s more! Here I discuss a unique pulp collection on my shelves. Feast your eyes upon these with envy!