Hugo Gernsback’s Forecast – An e-zine named after the man who started Amazing Stories magazine and whom many consider the “Father” of science fiction. The site also archive texts of several of his stories.
Mogozuzu Pulp Magazines – Brief overviews of different pulp genres, including aviation, romance, war, fantasy, and western pulps. Includes many cover scans. Good information for those new to the pulps.
Phantom Detective – The only webpage dedicated to the Phantom Detective. Includes a guide to all the stories. Some cover scans.
Pulp Fiction Central – Part of Vintage Library, this online store gives much information about the pulps, including cover art, writer profiles, and sells print and electronic reprints of the mags. Secure ordering. Requires Adobe Acrobat to read the online reprints.
Pulp Heroes – Articles about Doc Savage and other pulps.
ThePulp.Net – The history and legacy of the pulps — the popular literature from the first half of the 20th century — is covered here. You will find information on The Shadow, Doc Savage, The Spider and more pulp characters.
ThrillerUK – The magazine for fans of American and British pulp fiction. Subscription information, and a list of British pulp heroes.
The Thrilling Detective – A directory of private eyes and other tough guys and gals, complete with bios and bibliographies.
Waystation Central – The internet guide to paperbacks, pulps, and magazines. Some good articles on American pulps and paperbacks. Information on, and cover scans of the British and Australian equivalents to the American pulps, as well.
Weird Tales – The Unique Magazine – Worshipping the first incarnation of the magazine of horror/fantasy which published such great authors as Robert Howard, Edmond Hamilton, H. P. Lovecraft, Fritz Leiber, and many others. Nicely done site.