The DMRtian Chronicles, 12/9/2018

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Leigh Brackett’s Birthday (Karavansara)

How did writers make a living in the ‘30s if the pulps paid so poorly? Myth: The Pulps Paid Badly (And By Badly I Mean Better Than Anybody Today) (Emperor Ponders)

Stefan Dziemianowicz Reviews The Thing’s Incredible! The Secret Origins of Weird Tales by John Locke (Locus Magazine)

New Releases from Armchair Fiction: More Lost World-Lost Race Novels (The Pulp Super-Fan)

PulpFest 2019 announcement: Children of the Pulps and Other Stories (PulpFest)

Complete list of Virgil Finlay’s illustrations for REH stories: The Art of Robert E. Howard (Messages From Crom)

On moral ambiguity: Black & White (Between the Wasteland and Sky)

Is There A Place for Morally Ambiguous Characters? (PulpRev)

The Science Fiction Legacy of Marvel (Pulp Archivist)

Forgotten Books: DARK VALLEY DESTINY, The Life of Robert E. Howard, by L. Sprague de Camp, et al. (1983) (Davy Crockett’s Almanack)

Throwback SF Thursday: Comparing Howard’s The Moon of Skulls and Haggard’s She (Every Day Should Be Tuesday)

MVPs - Most Valuable Pulp Issues (Pulp Flakes)

Swords of Steel editor Dave Ritzlin interviewed on JBTV, Chicago’s longest running music television program: