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    The Murder of My Aunt by Richard Hull (Faber and Faber, 1934, hc)



    Pride of the Pulps: The Great All-Fiction Magazines by Ed Hulse (Murania Press, 2017, 978-1546819264, $24.95, 330pp, tp)
        Collection of articles reprinted from Blood ’n’ Thunder; note that “each [article] has been considerably revised and expanded for publication herein; the essay on Short Stories, for example…is more than 50 per cent longer than its predecessor”. The front cover reprints covers of Adventure (November 1935); Short Stories (March 10, 1926) and All-American Fiction (March/April 1938).
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 8 · Introduction · Ed Hulse · in 2017
    • 8 · Adventure: Rekindling the Camp Fire · Ed Hulse, et al. · lc Blood ’n’ Thunder #27, Summer 2010, as “The Camp Fire: Summer 2010 Edition”
    • 34 · Adventure: Assembling the 25th Anniversary Issue · Ed Hulse · lr Blood ’n’ Thunder #20, Spring 2008, as “From the Top Shelf: Adventure’s Silver Anniversary Issue”; revised.
    • 44 · All-American Fiction: A Noble Experiment · Ed Hulse · ar Blood ’n’ Thunder #41, Summer 2014, as “Almost a Winner: All-American Fiction”; revised.
    • 62 · Famous Fantastic Mysteries: The Most Underrated Pulp of All · Ed Hulse · ar Blood ’n’ Thunder Summer 2015 (+1), as “Famous Fantastic Mysteries: A Survey of the Most Frequently Overlooked Pulp”
    • 100 · The Popular Magazine: Surveying the “Slickest” Pulp · Ed Hulse · ar Blood ’n’ Thunder Summer 2009 (+1), as “The Popular Magazine: Appreciating the “Slickest Pulp””; revised.
    • 142 · Short Stories: The Glory Days of Doubleday’s Flagship Pulp · Ed Hulse · ar (r)
      revised from “The Glories of Short Stories: Part One - The Twenties” (Blood ’n’ Thunder #10, Spring 2005). and “The Glories of Short Stories: Part Two - The Thirties” (Blood ’n’ Thunder #12/13, Fall 2005/Winter 2006).
    • 184 · West: The Twenties Issues: The Magazine’s First (and Best) Decade · Ed Hulse · ar Blood ’n’ Thunder #31, Fall 2011/Winter 2012, as “West in the 1920s: The Early Years of Doubleday’s Underappreciated Pulp”; revised.
    • 208 · Tricks of the Trade · gp (r)
    • _209 · Adventure · Arthur Sullivant Hoffman · ar The Stories Editors Buy and Why ed. Jean Wick, Small, Maynard & Company, 1921
    • _210 · Argosy All-Story Weekly · Elliot Balestier · ar The Stories Editors Buy and Why ed. Jean Wick, Small, Maynard & Company, 1921
    • _211 · Detective Story Magazine · Frank E. Blackwell · ar The Stories Editors Buy and Why ed. Jean Wick, Small, Maynard & Company, 1921
    • _212 · People’s Magazine · Archie Sessions · ar The Stories Editors Buy and Why ed. Jean Wick, Small, Maynard & Company, 1921
    • _214 · The Popular Magazine · Charles Agnew MacLean · ar The Stories Editors Buy and Why ed. Jean Wick, Small, Maynard & Company, 1921
    • _214 · Short Stories · Harry E. Maule · ar The Stories Editors Buy and Why ed. Jean Wick, Small, Maynard & Company, 1921


    More Tales of the Uneasy by Violet Hunt (Ash-Tree Press, June 30, 2005, 978-1-55310-082-9, C$58.00, xvi+208pp, hc, cover by Jason Van Hollander)
        Reprint (Heinemann 1925) collection. This is a limited edition of 500. A world-wide edition available in the US for $47.50 and in the UK for £28.00.
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.


    Tales of the Uneasy by Violet Hunt (Ash-Tree Press, February 27, 2004, 1-55310-065-4, C$59.00, xvi+235pp, hc, cover by Allen Koszowski) [edited by John Pelan]
        Reprint (Heinemann 1911) ghost/horror/occult collection. Edited, with an Introduction, by John Pelan. This volume, the first of two containing Violet Hunt’s complete supernatural fiction, contains all nine stories from Tales of the Uneasy, originally published in 1911. One of the pieces—the novella ’Tiger Skin’—was subsequently revised and published separately in 1924, and editor John Pelan has chosen this later text for inclusion here. In his introduction he explains why; and also looks at the uneasy life in letters of Violet Hunt, a woman whose experiences were just as fascinating as any of her fictions. Limited to 500 copies A world-wide edition available in the US for $46.00 and in the UK for £28.00.
    • ix · Violet Hunt—An Uneasy Life in Letters · John Pelan · in 2004
    • 3 · The Telegram · Violet Hunt · nv Tales of the Uneasy by Violet Hunt, Heinemann, 1911
    • 27 · The Operation · Violet Hunt · nv Tales of the Uneasy by Violet Hunt, Heinemann, 1911
    • 53 · The Memoir · Violet Hunt · ss Tales of the Uneasy by Violet Hunt, Heinemann, 1911
    • 69 · The Prayer · Violet Hunt · nv Chapman’s Magazine December 1895, as “The Story of a Ghost”
    • 95 · The Coach · Violet Hunt · ss The English Review March 1909
    • 113 · The Blue Bonnet · Violet Hunt · ss Tales of the Uneasy by Violet Hunt, Heinemann, 1911
    • 133 · The Witness · Violet Hunt · ss The Fortnightly Review 1910
    • 153 · The Barometer · Violet Hunt · ss Tales of the Uneasy by Violet Hunt, Heinemann, 1911
    • 165 · The Tiger-Skin · Violet Hunt · na Heinemann, 1924
      revised from its original publication in Tales of the Uneasy.



    Forged in Battle by Justin Hunter (Black Library, November 2004, 1-84416-153-6, £5.99, 248pp, pb) [Warhammer]
        Original novel set in the “Warhammer” universe. This is a world-wide edition and is available in the US for $6.99.



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