Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Murania Press now has a Web Site!

Many of you are familiar with the BLOOD N THUNDER magazine, considered the finest periodical dedicated to pulp fiction. Now Murania Press, the publisher of BLOOD N THUNDER, has launched a Web site that will sell both back issues and current issues of BnT, as well as other collectibles. There are already plenty of books, magazines and other collectibles for sale, and the Blog page has plenty of good reading too. I heartily recommend this site - a must for anyone who is a fan of the great popular fiction of the early 20th century and those who want to learn more about it.


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9 comments:

Walker Martin said...

Yes, this is a beautiful website, one we have all been waiting to finally see. I hope the blog manages to come alive because we need more forums where we can discuss pulps and old movies.

Laurie Powers said...

Yes, I know I've been falling down on the blog lately, but it's for a good cause. I'm contemplating putting it on hiatus for a few months.

Ed Hulse said...

Thanks for the plug, Laurie!

Reaction to the site thus far has been uniformly positive, although a couple visitors noted that I don't have a quick option for subscription signups and renewals. Site designer Chris Kalb will tackle that problem soon.

I'm adding more items to the Collectibles store page, and later today I'll be adding a couple of blog posts as well: one on upcoming books and a second on Murania's special sale at PulpFest, where some of those books will debut.

Richard R. said...

I haven't gotten the Spring 2012 issue, have you?

Deka Black said...

Great to know about this new site! Thanks for the info, Laurie!

Walker Martin said...

Laurie, if you do suspend your blog for awhile, I for one will miss it alot. I know you are doing some original research of a pulpish nature plus earning a living, so that's alot to handle. Not to mention your two pets which require alot of attention.

I'll be following your literary activites with great interest.

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Barry Traylor said...

I'm looking forward to Ed's blog being a good place to go for pulp magazine discussion. As the other place called ****mags seems mainly to consist of arguments between a few that do not play well with others.

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Great to hear about that website, Laurie. Thanks for posting the link and the info.! happy trails, bobbi c.
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