Tag Archives: Kevin Cook

Rediscovered: More on Monahan

Keeping his eye on the centennial clock, noted book and pulp collector Kevin Cook returns to the Mean Streets. Here’s Kevin: Pulp cover illustrator P.J. Monahan was born Patrick John Sullivan on January 4, 1882. When he was just a … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Raymond’s Factory Overture, Signed

Noted book and pulp collector Kevin Cook is back to show off another signed item from his shelves, to spotlight another of his favorite writers. “Perhaps someone will be intrigued enough,” Kevin says, “to give Derek Raymond a try. It … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Hannes Bok — “Dear Virginia”

And how about a gander at the letter legendary artist Hannes Bok sent before the one he sent yesterday? Also courtesy of noted book and pulp collector Kevin Cook prowling around in his treasure trove, of course.

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Rediscovered: A Letter from Hannes Bok

And noted book and pulp (and autograph, and letter, and miscellania) collector Kevin Cook thought some of you might like to peruse a letter the legendary fantasy artist Hannes Bok tossed into the mail seventy-eight years ago today. Cool, right?

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Rediscovered: Theodore Roscoe

Noted book and pulp collector Kevin Cook mentioned to me that Up & Down has “yet to feature Theodore Roscoe, who did write fantastic fiction, including two stories in Weird Tales in 1928 — but whom I admire most because … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: A Library in the Last Redoubt

Heard from Kevin Cook, noted book and pulp collector. He’s scouring his library — as seen above — in search of obscure stuff he can bring to the attention of The Publick. Kevin tells me he’s thinking about writing a … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: C. L. Moore

For this Autograph Hound Saturday the noted book and pulp collector Kevin Cook has chosen to spotlight C. L. Moore, who died on this date in 1987. His half-shelf of Moore hardcover titles appears above courtesy the intrepid Victoria Cook … Continue reading

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Two-Gun Bob: A Probable Outline

Kevin Cook was moping about his vast library, wondering what might make a nice offering before the public for March 10 — and he found something connected to an event 84 years ago today. Spotting the John Hancock of P. … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Stilson to Davis

You might be wondering what sort of correspondence Charles B. Stilson — author of Polaris — of the Snows — engaged in 96 years ago today. Or perhaps the thought hadn’t crossed your mind. In either case, the noted book … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Belknapius Auto from 1946

We’ve done John Hancocks from Frank Belknap Long before, but recent ones, where it seemed Young Belknapius of Lovecraft Circle fame leaned more toward printing out his name. Kevin Cook, noted book and pulp collector, and I got to wondering … Continue reading

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