The March 1930 issue of the rare pulp magazine SUBMARINE STORIES, which lasted for thirteen issues and so must count as one of the more successful of the hyper-specialized pulps. Long prized by collectors as a curiosity, too scarce and valuable to be actually read, it turns out to be quite an entertaining magazine, containing stories by such pulp stalwarts as George Fielding Eliot (author of the grisly WEIRD TALES classic "The Copper Bowl") and Alan R. Bosworth, a prolific pulp writer who appeared in everything from ARGOSY ...

Pulp Classics: Submarine Stories Magazine (March 1930) 2005, Wildside Press, Holicog

ISBN-13: 9781557422996

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