Next month will be the one-year anniversary of the launch of pulprev.com. As our subscription was running out and our initial service providers turned out to not be that great, we've migrated the site to the Apollonian archons of nearlyfreespeech.net. This will mean greater freedom and flexibility when we do things with the site, and it also means we can fund the site relatively cheaply. This migration seems to have gone off completely without a hitch, but let us know if you find something.
When I registered pulprev.com last year I had just come back from a big demolition job in Kansas City and was feeling generous; the initial registration fee came out of my pocket. Since then we set up and published the PulpRev Sampler Anthology, which we initially planned to be totally free on Amazon but then we found out they wouldn't let us so we sold it for a buck. We had way more sales than we expected, giving us a war chest of about fifty USD. This is enough to fund the site as it is for a few more years, unless we implement something that uses a lot of bandwidth.