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Paul Langan Releases Classic Hockey Stories from the Golden Era of Pulp Magazines

Classic Hockey Stories from the Golden Era of Pulp Magazines 1930s-1950s
Classic Hockey Stories - Compiled by Paul Langan


 On December 4th, 2021 one of the most unique hockey history books will be released. It is titled, "Classic Hockey Stories from the Golden Era of Pulp Magazines 1930s-1950s." 

Canadian Author Paul Langan has put 9 novelettes and short stories along with original illustrations, ads into one paperback. 

Over the years there has been a lot of publicity andbooks  relating to other categories of pulp magazines and dime store novels such as: Detective, Sci-Fi, Romance, and Sports in General. The topic of hockey novellas, stories has largely been ignored.

Classic Hockey Stories - From the Golden Era of Pulp Magazines 1930s-1950s is an enjoyable journey through the eyes of pulp writers.  247 pages, 9 novelettes/stories, also 2 vintage comics and advertisements, 6"v9" format.

Paul Langan states, “ Finding these lost treasures and putting them together in this book has been extremely rewarding. These mostly fictional hockey stories/novelettes take you back to a time, now lost, when reading these pulp magazines/novels was an important part of our culture.

The book will be available at Wordsworth Books Waterloo, Amazon and Kobo Worldwide. If you live locally it can be picked up from the authors home.

 For more information go to: http:paullangan.com

 

 

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