The Pulp Magazines Project is a new website whose creators are building an open-access digital archive for the study of all-fiction pulp magazines.
Eventually, the archive will feature a broad range of pre-1923 titles, post-1923 titles where copyright has lapsed, and full volume runs of select titles from 1896 to 1946.
The members of the Editorial Board are David M. Earle, Assistant Professor of English and Foreign Languages at the University of West Florida, author of Recovering Modernism: Pulps, Paperbacks, and the Prejudice of Form (2009), and Patrick Scott Belk, a Ph.D. candidate and former book review editor of the James Joyce Quarterly.
There’s also an Advisory Board that features Mike Ashley, editor of the four-volume History of the Science Fiction Magazine, J. Matthew Huculak, a post-doctoral fellow with Editing Modernism in Canada (EMiC) at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Stephen Donovan, a lecturer in English at Uppsala University, Sweden
[Thanks to Andrew Porter for the story.]