Pulps in the news – roundup What’s Zorro doing in Ohio? Editors of 1930s pulp Spicy Detective have some thoughts on keeping it classy Exploring Rusty Hevelin’s sci-fi and fantasy pulp collection at the University of Iowa Retired UNL professor expresses love for sci-fi, ‘Weird Tales’ Book Review: Pulp Macabre: The Art of Lee Brown Coye’s Final and Darkest Era
Concerning Zorro, I've known Pete Poplaskie for many years. He's an expert on McCulley and Zorro. Though he lives in France, he makes frequent visits to the US. I just saw him at the Windy City Pulp show.
For some reason I've had difficulty finding Lee Brown Coye original art but this year I picked up several pieces including some art from his first appearance in a book in 1932 and a nice piece from WHISPERS magazine. There have been three books published on Coye during the last few years.