Friday, December 16, 2011

My Favorite Christmas Covers: THE BLACK CAT, Dec. 1912

Sorry for the delay today folks. Duty calls.

Anyway, I think this one's a real treat, only because THE BLACK CAT doesn't necessarily pop up when one thinks of pulp magazines.

Galactic Central's summary: "A very off-trail magazine which liked to publish unusual stories and featured a large amount of fantasy in its early years. Authors include Jack London, Octavus Roy Cohen, Ellis Parker Butler, Cleveland Moffett, Harry Stephen Keeler, Frank Lillie Pollock."

BLACK CAT, December 1912.



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4 comments:

Jennifer MacNeill-Traylor said...

Great cover!

Barry Traylor said...

Love those Black Cat covers.

Charles Gramlich said...

Tres cool indeed.

Jonathan G. Jensen said...

Surprising how hard it is to find Christmas covers in the pulps. Comics had a tendency for doing more of that. Heck, one year we sent out X-Men (you get that, hey?) Christmas cards from a Christmas cover by John Byrne. I have run across some interior art with a holiday theme in Western Story. Should post that on my blog, and Laurie keep posting them on yours , love it! Jonathan