Pulpgen Archive

About This Site

Pulpgen.com was a labor of love of many individuals to reproduce scanned pulp magazine stories digitally - rendering them as clean documents rather than yellowed scans using optical character recognition and various Adobe tools and the PDF format. The website was online from 2002 until 2021 when it unexpectedly went offline - at the time containing over 2200+ documents.

The original pulgen.com static HTML files are archived at this link thanks to the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.

The Pulpgen Archive web site design honors the simple aesthetic of the original site.

The 2200+ PDF documents have fortunately been archived several places including here. You can navigate the document repository and download or read online these treasured documents using the Browse and Search links below.

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New to the Pulpgen Archive

A very special new addtion to the archive is Brian E. Brown's Bakers Dozen Collections!

These collections contains stories that were were to be included at Pulpgen before it's demise, and also include new stories that were produced with the same standards. Enjoy!

Again special thanks to the individuals that lovingly reproduced these priceless pulp articles: