Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Website Updated

I have just finished updating the Jerry Schneider Enterprises LLC website. It is the home to ERBville Press, Pulpville Press, Pulp Tales Press, Corriganville Press, Culture Publications, and Jerry Schneider Photography's photo books.
With this update, there is a new menu system to help make it much easier to find what you are looking for. Give it a try. Also, the What's New section has been moved. You will now find it at the bottom of the "A Brief Look at What's New".
Much has happened this year. There have been two Edgar Rice Burroughs' conventions celebrating the 100th anniversary of John Carter of Mars (A Princess of Mars/Under the Moons of Mars) and Tarzan of the Apes. I was at both conventions peddling my Burroughs' material and I also published several new books on and about Burroughs. Several of them are currently available for sale (see my website). A few are out-of-print as they were printed in limited quantities for the conventions. Some may see the light of day in a different format.
To keep up-to-date on what I am doing with the publishing company, just go to and find out. If, by chance, you are looking for a specific imprint, such as Corriganville Press (it will be found under the "Non-Fiction Books" menu) or ERBville Press fiction (all book imprints are now combined into single listings by Author and by Title--so you will also find Pulpville Press books at the same time), just keep looking through the new menu system. While they may not be so named any more, it should be more intuitive than before to find what you are looking for.

Monday, July 2, 2012

All is Well

I am not much of a blogger (as you can see by the scarcity of entries!), but wished to let anyone who reads this that all is well. For the most up-to-date information on my publishing, just check out Then click on What's New.

Thursday, August 4, 2011


As one reviewer stated: "WOW! With no offense to previous locations books, WESTERN MOVIE MAKING LOCATIONS ... is the ultimate last word on western film locations." [Boyd Magers in Western Clippings] This is my latest book, but it is only the first volume on the movie/television locations used in western films. Because of the wealth of material that is included, only Southern California locations are covered. The book is a whopping 712 pages in length. There are over 2,000 images illustrating the book, including film captures, aerial photos of the sites, maps, stills, and more. Over 160 locations in the Southern California region are covered. You can order the book at

Wednesday, September 8, 2010


I am currently working on the first volume in a planned 3 volume series on the movie and television location sites used in Western films. The first book is mostly written and contains about 300 pages of text for about 150 Southern California locations. For many months I have been gathering images of the sites and now have, by rough estimate, about 10,000 images (mostly screen captures) which I need to make print ready as well as deciding on which ones to utilize. I estimate the book will be at least 500 pages in length with probably well over a 1,000 images in it.

Monday, February 9, 2009


Last month, Pulpville Press released a 3 volume set of Dan Turner stories, beginning with his first stories in Spicy Detective pulp magazine. The set comprises over 1,000 pages of Robert Leslie Bellem stories. These are fun stories to read and range from the spicy era to a fairly tame (for Bellem) type of detective story. This set is available through,, and (for a 10% discount through createspace, visit our web site at

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Movie Location Books

A couple of movie location books have come to my attention in the past couple of months which you may find interesting. The first one is by Jerry England and is entitled "Reel Cowboys of the Santa Susanas". There isn't much text in it, but it is packed with many illustrations/photos/screen captures and the like. While there are a few errors in the book, such as listing a Republic Studios backlot ranch set as being at the Iverson Movie Ranch, the book is still recommended for all of the western photos. The book is available at or through the author's website.

The second book is a HIGHLY RECOMMENDED book on the western and serial locations. It is by Tinsley Yarbrough. He is one of a few people who I can call an expert in the field. The hardback book is filled with histories of the filming locations with a lot of vintage photographs as well as current shots of some of the locations. Again, I urge you to purchase this book (I do not receive anything financial benefit) as it is an excellent work. It can be ordered directly from the author. His address is on my Movie Locations Bookstore website which can be accessed from my Emporium Bookstore website (which is where you probably accessed this blog).

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Pulp Tales Magazines On Sale

The Pulp Tales magazines, namely, Tales From the Pulps, Fantastic Adventure Stories, Jungle Stories, Private Detective Stories, and The Magazine of Edgar Rice Burroughs: Fact & Fiction, are having a physical make-over as we transition to distribution (i.e.,, your local bookstore, etc.) for these magazines. These titles will begin appearing in 7 x 10 inch versions on (and and in 7.44 x 9.68 inch versions everywhere else (bookstores,, etc.). So, while this transition takes place, all of the original 8.5 x 11 inch magazines are on sale for $8.95 each. They will be available at (then click on "Pulp Tales Magazines") until they have been replaced by their distribution counterparts. If you haven't seen these magazines yet and wish to own the original first editions of them, this is your chance!