|Vintage Pulp||Aug 31 2012|
Yet again we are back to our favorite men’s magazine of all time—Australia’s Adam. This issue is from August 1973, with a cover illustration for Mark Graham’s “Cruise into Danger.” We still have the scans Adam writer Mike Rader/James Lee sent in from two issues in which his fiction appeared in 1975, but we delayed putting them up because we saw both of those issues for sale at an online auction and figured we’d wait and put up thirty scans rather than five or six. But in the end, we didn’t get them because, well, embarrassingly, we stayed out at the clubs until 7:00 a.m. and the damned auction ended half an hour before we got home. Worse, it was for nine issues and they went for fifteen dollars. Just our luck. Oh well, we promise we’ll get those Rader/Lee scans up shortly. In the meantime, this issue will have to tide you over. In other news, the Pulp Intl. subscription button at upper right should be working again, so those who have written in asking about that should be good to go. Thanks for your patience.