Western Pulps from the Pulp Magazines Project

Some Western pulps have been added to the Pulp Magazines Project collection: Includes stories by W.C. Tuttle, Ernest Haycox, H.A. DeRosso, Walt Coburn, Hapsburg Liebe, Johnston McCulley, S. Omar Barker and others. Click on the links below the pictures to open the magazine. Support them in any way you can. THE FEUDISTS by Ernest Haycox… Continue reading Western Pulps from the Pulp Magazines Project

Origin stories: Hashknife Hartley by W.C. Tuttle

  [This is a slightly modified excerpt from an article in the The Pittsburgh Press of Jul 23, 1950.]   W.C. Tuttle, author of the “Hashknife Hartley” stories, admits that the idea for the “Hashknife Hartley” Western adventures was born of a blister but the character is the composite of two men Tuttle knew some… Continue reading Origin stories: Hashknife Hartley by W.C. Tuttle

Short story by Robert V. Carr – Business Letters of a Cowboy

From the Popular Magazine, January 7, 1916, comes this funny story of a cowboy. Robert V. Carr, the author, was a famous cowboy poet. Thanks to the PulpMags project for providing the original scans of this. I wish I could get the other stories in the series. Anyone who can share, please drop a line… Continue reading Short story by Robert V. Carr – Business Letters of a Cowboy

W.C. Tuttle – Western, short story and movie writer, humorist and detective fiction author

[W.C. Tuttle, like B.M. Bower, Walt Coburn and Dan Cushman, was an authentic westerner from Montana who became a writer. He wrote westerns, naturally, but not the usual sheriff-rides-into-town-and-cleans-it-up stuff. Rather, he wrote humorous stories and detective fiction, creating characters who were always looking to find what was over the next hill, and would never… Continue reading W.C. Tuttle – Western, short story and movie writer, humorist and detective fiction author