About the Collection
Leket-Mor, Rachel. 2022. "My Heart Is in the West and I Myself Am on the Eastern Edge: Hebrew Pulp Westerns and the Sabra Cowboy." In The Literary Western in the Global Imagination, edited by David Rio, Marek Paryz, and Christopher Conway, 253–277. Leiden: Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004525306_016.
Leket-Mor, Rachel. 2011. “The Israeli Popular Literature Collection at ASU Library.” Judaica Librarianship 16/17: 1-53. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14263/2330-2976.1003.
- Nancy Ben-Asher Ozeri, "Pulp Fiction," Arizona Jewish Life Magazine, (Arts, 29–30) April 25, 2016.
- Salvatore Caputo, "ASU Lifts Veil on Israel's Pulp Culture," Jewish News of Greater Phoenix, July 13, 2012.
- Danielle Grobmeier, "IsraPulp Collection Offers Unique Look into Israeli Culture," The State Press, January 6, 2012.
- Evan Lewis, "Israeli Pulp Fiction Collection Distinguishes ASU Library," ASU News, December 9, 2011.
- "Israeli Popular Literature." Leket-Mor, Rachel. The Library Channel, ASU Library. October 10, 2008.
"Tarzan and the Jews: how the king of the apes became an Israeli craze," Rex Weiner. The Forward, August 7, 2012.
Israeli Superheroes: The International Catalogue of Superheroes
"Israel's Unexpected Spinoff from a Holocaust Trial," Kershner, Israel. New York Times, September 6, 2007.
Fantasy 2000: A 1970s periodical (IsraPulp Collection physical copy)
This World (העולם הזה): A sensational, anti-governmental edited by Uri Avneri, 1950–1989
Stalag: A podcast dedicated to reading and critiquing Stalag books, 2021 (links to Spotify)
The Tiny Novel / The Quill (1939–1961): Gabriel M. Rosenbaum's study
The Israeli Cartoon Museum
The Israeli Society for Science Fiction and Fantasy
Shragah Gafni's Official Site: A bio-bibliographic site, including scans of book covers and some full-text.
Eli Eshed's Multi-Universe: The blog of the prolific guru of Israeli popular literature
Notalgiyah online: David Sela's online project, preserving Israeli everyday life