Pulse Pounding Adventure Stories #1

A chapbook or fanzine from Descember 1986 containing an El Borak story by Howard. This is actually the first place it was published. It is an untitled synopsis.

Contents

  •  Editorial (Pulse Pounding Adventure Stories #1) • essay by Robert M. Price
  •  Intrigue in Kurdistan • [El Borak] • short fiction by Robert E. Howard
  • The Blade of the Slayer • [Simon of Gitta] • short story by Richard L. Tierney
  •  The Dark Slayer • short story by Carl Jacobi
  • Drums of the Bizango • [John Gorman] • short story by Marc Cerasini and Charles Hoffman
  •  The Love of Oloana • [Hok] • short story by Manly Wade Wellman
Publisher : Cryptic Publications
Year : December 1986
Format : Booklet
Pages : 48
Cover : Stephen E. Fabian
Illustrations : None

Notes

Edited and editorial by Robert M. Price
“Drums of the Bizango” is one of five stories featuring REH character John Gorman.
John Gorman was created by Robert E. Howard in an untitled synopsis for a “spicy” adventure story.
Marc A. Cerasini and Charles Hoffman took this synopsis and used it as a basis for a short story, “She-Cats of Samarkand.” The story was published under the byline of Sam Walser, a pseudonym REH used when he wrote for the “spicy” pulps.

Four additional John Gorman adventures were published under the author’s real names. All of these stories appeared in Robert M. Price’s Cryptic Publications.

By “Sam Walser”
(pseudonym of Marc A. Cerasini and Charles Hoffman):
“She-Cats of Samarkand,” Risque Stories #1

By Marc A. Cerasini and Charles Hoffman:
“The Temple of Forbidden Fruit,” Risque Stories #2
“Jungle Curse,” Risque Stories #3
“Drums of the Bizango,” Pulse-Pounding Adventure Stories #1
“Hell Cat of Hong Kong,” Risque Stories #5

Howard Works ISFDB

Edited and editorial by Robert M. Price
“Drums of the Bizango” is one of five stories featuring REH character John Gorman.
John Gorman was created by Robert E. Howard in an untitled synopsis for a “spicy” adventure story.
Marc A. Cerasini and Charles Hoffman took this synopsis and used it as a basis for a short story, “She-Cats of Samarkand.” The story was published under the byline of Sam Walser, a pseudonym REH used when he wrote for the “spicy” pulps.

Tags: Pulp / Robert E. Howard