**NEW JERSEY Pulp Adventure Con in November is on! 21 Years and still going. **What is it with these hotels? Both our Florida location in February and New Jersey hotel for November had become a problem. So we had to skip this year in Florida—but count on coming South next year. Meanwhile, this February, Rich Harvey took a quick trip north to find a bright, clean and spacious hotel for the NOVEMBER 7, 2020 PULP ADVENTURE CON. It’s on, just a few exits off the New Jersey Turnpike from the old days.

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