If you would like to read more reviews about PulpFest 2013 you can find them at the following sites:
Argonotes–Nathan Madison, author of Anti-Foreign Imagery in American Pulps and Comic Books, 1920-1960 and a PulpFest 2013 panelist, presents a detailed report of his second PulpFest.
The Book Cave–thanks to Art Sippo, you’ll find recordings of many of the presentations featured at PulpFest 2013 on Ric Croxton’s podcast about books, comics, movie serials, old-time radio, and TV series. You’ll also find a recording of Ric’s interview of PulpFest co-organizer Ed Hulse dated July 1, 2013.
Columbus Alive—columnist Sarah Thompson offered a preview of PulpFest 2013 in the July 25th issue of this Columbus weekly.
Murania Press–part one of PulpFest committee member and Blood ‘n’ Thunder editor Ed Hulse’s convention outlook.
Murania Press–part two of Ed Hulse’s review of PulpFest 2013.
Press-Republican—reporter and pulp fan Lohr McKinstry offered this view of PulpFest to his readers in Plattsburgh, NY.
Pulp Crazy–Jason Aiken talks about his PulpFest experience, complete with photographs in this YouTube video.
Pulp Crazy—Jason Aiken wraps up his coverage on the convention with a brief summary of his experiences and links to recordings of nearly a dozen panels and presentations.
Sam Maronie’s Entertainment Funhouse—an expert on classic cinema and the comic-book industry describes his pilgrimage to Columbus’ PulpFest
3rd Annual Pulp Fiction Lecture–Ed Hulse on the “Hero Pulps”—photographs and description of Ed’s lecture at Ohio State University’s Thompson Library.
Many thanks to Pulpster editor William Lampkin and his Yellowed Perils website for putting together this list of links and to Jason Aiken for his photos of the PulpFest dealers’ room and the area surrounding the Hyatt Regency Columbus.