Read about the Pulp Magazine Collection
Dr. Brian Flota, Dr. Mark Peterson, and Julia Merkel wrote about the development of the JMU pulp magazine collection in the September 2016 College & Research Libraries News. “Pulp in the ivory tower: One university library’s development of a pulp magazine collection from scratch” http://crln.acrl.org/content/77/8/374.full
Please see Dr. Flota’s subject guide for more in-depth information about pulp magazine materials in both the JMU general and Special Collections: http://guides.lib.jmu.edu/pulpmagazines
Visit the Exhibit
Please stop by the JMU Special Collections Exhibit Area (outside of Carrier Room 203) for the exhibit “The Power of Pulps: From the Newsstand to the Academy.” Pulp covers, pop culture material inspired by the pulps, and a guide to the exhibit will be on display from October 3, 2016 through January 2017. Rose Library will host a smaller version through the month of October. The exhibit is free and open to the public during library hours.
Share this Event
To help share information (and excitement!) about the symposium, JMU Students, Faculty, and Staff created Instagram videos of brief readings from Love Story Magazine. Take a quick look at the melodrama found on any page: https://www.instagram.com/jmu_special_collections/ More videos are posted each week!
Happy Friday! Plans are coming together for our upcoming Pulp Studies Symposium! We will be updating the symposium website with announcements and schedule information as plans are confirmed, so check back to this space for more info: http://sites.jmu.edu/jmupulpsym/ Caroline Hamby LET MALA Graduate Assistant, Reading from Love Story May 27, 1939 #pulpstudies #jmupulpsym #pulps #vintagepulps #pulpmagazine #pulpart