March 2013

Murania Press Sale at the Upcoming Windy City Pulp/Paper Expo

Posted in Blood 'n' Thunder,Conventions,Murania Press on March 29, 2013 @ 3:13 pm

The 2013 Windy City Pulp and Paper Convention begins just two weeks from today, and it promises to be a real barn-burner of a show. Murania Press will be on hand with a broad selection of publications, including recent issues of Blood ‘n’ Thunder (including the latest, our Winter/Spring double), all four volumes in the […]

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Wuxtry, Wuxtry: Hot Off The Press! THE BEST OF BnT: VOLUME TWO

Posted in Blood 'n' Thunder,Murania Press on March 27, 2013 @ 11:29 am

Now available — The Best of Blood ‘n’ Thunder: Volume Two! Just received the first copies and it looks fine. If you’re a relatively recent subscriber to BnT and have had little luck locating the out-of-print issues, this meaty tome is a must-have item. Its 316 pages are crammed with the best articles and reviews […]

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Now Available: WILDERNESS TRAIL

Posted in Murania Press on March 22, 2013 @ 10:25 am

Hot off the press! The fourth volume in Murania’s Classic Pulp Reprints series is ready for purchase. By early next week I should have a proof copy of The Best of Blood ‘n’ Thunder: Volume Two, which will become available as soon as I give it the once-over and approve it. Both books, along with […]

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The Upcoming BLOOD ‘N’ THUNDER

Posted in Blood 'n' Thunder,Upcoming Books on March 15, 2013 @ 6:50 pm

Scheduled for debut at next month’s Windy City Pulp and Paper Convention, the upcoming double issue of Blood ‘n’ Thunder (36/37, Winter/Spring 2013) boasts more contributors than any previous number of the magazine.  The distinguished roster includes old favorites as well as new additions to our Writers Brigade. And the issue itself has everything BnT […]

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H. Bedford-Jones: King Of The Pulps

Posted in Murania Press,Upcoming Books on March 10, 2013 @ 6:51 pm

Today’s pulp-fiction devotees, born during the Baby Boom years (1946 to 1964), are too young to have bought rough-paper magazines on the newsstands and therefore gravitate primarily to those characters whose life spans were extended by Sixties paperback reprints and frequent appearances in other media: Conan, Tarzan, Doc Savage, The Shadow, and so on. Lester […]

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