Pulp Frenzy Presents: The Seven Geases

The world needs more pulp fiction! The fiction first published in the pulp magazines of the 1920s, 30s, and 40s featured raw action, suspense, horror, and weirdness. And it was presented without a power sapping self-consciousness. May we once again be inspired and entertained, simply.

In order to do our part, Pulp Frenzy endeavors to supply a continuous feast of pulpy goodness to you, our ravenous readers.

For our first sensational spread, may we present a deliciously ironic tale of a hunt gone very wrong.  Written by master storyteller Clark Ashton Smith and first published in the October 1934 issue of Weird Tales, we're sure you'll enjoy...

Bon appetit!


  1. I enjoyed this commentary on The Seven Geases and D&D by Tavis Allison: https://muleabides.wordpress.com/2012/04/24/the-seven-geases/

    It's pretty old, but if you missed it, it's new for you!


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