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~-**[[http://www.pulpfest.com/ PulpFest]]**: In 2009, PulpFest replaced Pulpcon as the annual summer pulp convention. PulpFest is held each summer in Columbus, Ohio. For more information, visit the [[http://www.pulpfest.com/ PulpFest Web site]] or its [[http://www.facebook.com/PulpFest Facebook page]].
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~-**[[http://www.pulpfest.com/ PulpFest]]**: In 2009, PulpFest replaced Pulpcon as //the// annual pulp convention. PulpFest is held each summer in Columbus, Ohio. For more information, visit the [[http://www.pulpfest.com/ PulpFest Web site]] or its [[http://www.facebook.com/PulpFest Facebook page]].


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~-**[[http://www.pulpfest.com/ PulpFest]]**: In 2009, PulpFest replaced Pulpcon as //the// annual pulp convention. PulpFest is held each summer in Columbus, Ohio. For more information, visit the [[http://www.pulpfest.com/ PulpFest Web site]] or its [[http://www.facebook.com/PulpFest Facebook page]].
~-**[[Pulpcon Pulpcon]]**: This long-running convention came to an end with Pulpcon 37 in 2008 when members of its committee split to form a new convention, PulpFest. Pulpcon had been held each summer, typically in Dayton, Ohio.
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~-**[[http://www.pulpfest.com/ PulpFest]]**: In 2009, PulpFest replaced PulpCon as //the// annual pulp convention. PulpFest is held each summer in Columbus, Ohio. For more information, visit the [[http://www.pulpfest.com/ PulpFest Web site]] or its [[http://www.facebook.com/PulpFest Facebook page]].
~-**[[http://pulpcon.org/ PulpCon]]**: This long-running convention came to an end with PulpCon 37 in 2008 when members of its committee split to form a new convention, PulpFest. PulpCon had been held each summer, typically in Dayton, Ohio.


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~-**[[http://pulpcon.org/ PulpCon]]**: This long-running convention came to an end with PulpCon 37 in 2008 when members of its committee split to form a new convention, PulpFest. PulpCon had been held each summer, typically in Dayton, Ohio.
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~-**[[http://pulpcon.org/ PulpCon]]**: This long-running convention came to an end with PulpCon 37 in 2008 when members of its committee split to form a new convention, PulpFest. PulpCon had been held each summer, typically in Dayton, Ohio. For information, visit the [[http://pulpcon.org/ PulpCon Web site]] or write PulpCon, P.O. Box 1332, Dayton, OH 45401.


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There are several annual pulp conventions. Pulps and pulp-related guests also may appear at any number of science fiction, fantasy or comics conventions.
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There are several annual pulp conventions. Pulps and pulp-related guests also may appear at any number of science fiction, fantasy or comics conventions.</p>


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====Pulp conventions====
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====Defunct pulp fanzines====


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There are several annual pulp conventions. Pulps and pulp-related guests also may appear at any number of science fiction, fantasy or comics conventions.</p>
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There is the granddaddy of them all, PulpCon, which is held each summer. Now there are several other annual conventions. Pulps and pulp-related guests also may appear at any number of science fiction, fantasy or comics conventions.</p>


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