Protecting Project Pulp No. 30: Robert E. Howard

Main Fiction: “Waterfront Fists” by Robert E. Howard, first published in Fight Stories, September, 1930.

Narrator: Jim Philips.

Trouble never troubled Steve Costigan, for trouble meant action with a capital A—and action was what Steve craved. This time it was Honolulu, waterfront cabarets, and—guess what—a beautiful girl!

2 thoughts on “Protecting Project Pulp No. 30: Robert E. Howard”

  1. Fantastic interview at the end. I really enjoyed hearing you guys as a bit more relaxed. Good luck Dave, thanks for the stories.

  2. I would like to hear Costigan and Conan having a very drunken conversation… even more than to see them engaged in a fight. The narration was amazing, it gave the story a stronger indentity, so I could indentified myself in a more realistic way with the character cultural background. DAVE THANKS, for giving the pulp literature a pulp voice… I’ll stay here waiting for the next step of this adventure.

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