Weird Tales, a Magazine known for featuring the odd and strange and being the home of such classic Pulp Authors as Robert E. Howard and H.P. Lovecraft, has found itself in a position to retract an endorsement by Weird Tales Editor Marvin Kaye of a novel by author Victoria Hoyt.
In a post entitled, 'A Message from the Publisher', said Publisher John Harlacher details that editor Kaye had endorsed a novel written by Hoyt. Upon further investigation and learning more about the content of the book, The Publisher consulted with Kaye and the decision was made to rescind the endorsement. For the full contents of the letter from Weird Tales' Publisher, go here- http://weirdtalesmagazine.com/2012/08/20/a-message-from-the-publisher/
Although it is not stated in the above cited message, it is believed by All Pulp staff that the title of this novel is "Save the Pearls". This novel and Hoyt herself have been criticized on the internet for what is being cited as obvious racist themes in the book as well as in promotional material. All Pulp has not contacted any of the parties involved, but is willing to discuss this with both sides and report on it accordingly.