Protecting Project Pulp 109: Hugh B. Cave

Main Fiction: “The Corpse on the Grating” by Hugh B. Cave, first published in Astounding Stories of Super Science, February 1930.

Narrator: Rob Smales.

In the Gloomy Depths of the Old Warehouse Dale Saw a Thing That Drew a Scream of Horror to His Dry Lips. It Was a Corpse—the Mold of Decay on Its Long-dead Features—and Yet It Was Alive!

Beware The Hairy Mango – Fifty Anniversary.

5 thoughts on “Protecting Project Pulp 109: Hugh B. Cave”

  1. It’s now nearly a year since the last new story appeared at PPP. What went wrong with PPP?
    I realy miss you guys. Is there any chance PPP continues bringing new stories?
    I sincerely hope so.. All the best from Holland and please let me know if and when PPP continues.

  2. Hey, Roland. Tony C. Smith started PPP as one of several District of Wonders podcasts. When the costs got too much for him, he had to pull the plug on some of them. It came down to money, believe it or not.

    Sometimes I dream about starting my own new podcast with a similar pulp theme, but for now my focus is the novels I’m writing. I think a PPP revival must remain a dream for the foreseeable future.

  3. Hi Fred, thanks for the reaction and explanation. What a shame it always comes down to that stupid thing called money. I think the people from the 21sth century should be able to enjoy the writings of the 19th century writers. And I sure hope your dream of a podcast of your own will succeed. Good luck with your writing and all the best from Holland.

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