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io9: "Where did science fiction come from? A primer on the pulps."

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  • Tom Murphy
    Part two has now been published on io9:
    In the second of historian Jess Nevins' series on science fiction pulps, he takes us through the Golden Age of science fiction, from the late 1930s through the "last efflorescence of the pulps" in the mid-1950s.

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  • Guzzlecrank
    Awesome! I just bookmarked the page.

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  • io9: "Where did science fiction come from? A primer on the pulps."

    "Pulp historian Jess Nevins, author of Encyclopedia of Fantastic Victoriana, takes you deep into the weird history of the scifi pulps, 1900-1950. Get ready for amazing science and astounding adventure! This is the first in a series on the pulps."

    (Bonus feature! A nice gallery of pulp covers from Golden Age Comic Book Stories)