Main Fiction: “Flying Suitors” by Arthur J. Burks, first published in Flying Stories, May 1929.
“Loops, spins, nose dives, falling leafs, Immelmanns,
wing-overs, and—well, I don’t begin to know ’em all,
and maybe there weren’t any names for most of the things “Bugs”
Snelling was doing. I knew, as did the other three, that the flyer
over that field was Bugs Snelling. No one else ever did the stunts
Also this week:
Pulp Serenade, a pulp blog by Cullen Gallagher