The Muncy Station Review (MSR) anthology is a salute to era of pulp fiction magazines.
These escapist publications, originally published on cheap pulp paper in the years between the twenties to the fifties, were found at most corner newsstands for a dime.
Usually the magazine contained a short novel or serialized story, and two or three shorter works, covering a variety of adventure, horror, science fiction, mystery, detectives, and westerns.
MSR staff writers are K. Lenhart, L.L. Rook, and John Rymell.
Collaborative work by the staff is listed under the pen name Charles Penne-Fallow.
Illustrations for the MSR, as drawn in the pulp fiction style, are provided by K. Lenhart.
The MSR editor is John Rymell.