Tag Archives: Kevin Cook

Rediscovered: Another Lamb

Back in July we dropped a couple of early signatures by adventure writer Harold Lamb. For Autograph Hound Saturday Revisited how about one from much later in Lamb’s long career, to give you a chance to compare and contrast? Inked into … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: E. Charles Vivian

Kevin Cook returns once more to handle the autograph action this weekend, but let’s put some spin on it with the premiere of Autograph Hound Saturday Revisited. An easy concept. You’ve seen signatures by these people before. But you haven’t seen these John … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Hobart Gondor Wagglestaff?

Another Autograph Hound Super-Sunday rolls around, relentlessly, like time itself. I thought Brian Leno might finally have snapped, after the last weekend’s round of superb John Hancockery from Kevin Cook. Brian popped me a note: “Cook’s stuff was fantastic. I almost broke … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Monahan v. Finlay

Kevin Cook adds some thoughts in re: the artist P.J. Monahan, featured in today’s Autograph Hound Super-Sunday Polaris — of the Snows coverage:  “Probably best remembered for his later All-Story Weekly cover painting for Edgar Rice Burroughs’ ‘Thuvia, Maid of … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: The Munsey Trove

In his coverage of the most recent PulpFest for the Pulp Flakes blog, I noticed Walker Martin make this comment: “Now you might wonder what I bought and sold. As usual my best seller were the cancelled checks that Bob Weinberg … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Polaris — of the Snows

So, what tour de force of John Hancockery could Kevin Cook lay out for today’s Autograph Hound Super-Sunday? How about the cheque covering the first of many, many imitations of Tarzan — and the cheque covering the cover art of the … Continue reading

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Sinister Cinema: Perley Poore Sheehan

For his next Autograph Hound Saturday offering, Kevin Cook turns to the pulpster and film-writer Perley Poore Sheehan — let’s proceed, with Kevin at the wheel: “Perley Poore Sheehan is an unacknowledged master of fantastic fiction. “After serving as Munsey’s … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Homer Eon Flint

For the rest of Autograph Hound Saturday let’s return to the thrilling days of the early twentieth century pulp scene, and hand the action over to Kevin Cook. Kevin’s got something sneaky going, pulling out John Hancocks from writers who went … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Faust/ Brand/ Urial

Pulp fans need no introduction to the name Frederick Faust — better known by his penname Max Brand. Or his penname Evan Evans. The guy wrote so much, so fast, he needed a ton of pennames. The guy — who attended U.C. … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: A Woolrich Slugfest

Weekend after autograph weekend, I like to think of my two main Autograph Hounds — Brian Leno and Kevin Cook — as a pair of boxers, circling each other in the ring. Bursting out with sudden bruising jabs. A Seabury Quinn … Continue reading

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