The Pulp Era Amateur Press Society (PEAPS) reportedly has member vacancies…

Since 1987, members of the Pulp Era Amateur Press Society have offered research and commentary on the pulp magazines, their contributors, and their legacy. PEAPS — founded by Lynn Hickman in 1987 and still running today — focuses on all aspects of the pulp magazine hobby and related topics. Current members and alumni include some of the most accomplished pulp magazine fans and professionals in the world, including Al Tonik, Glenn Lord, Howard DeVore, Jerry Page, George Evans, Rusty Hevelin, Mike Ashley, Doug Ellis, Will Murray, Anthony Tollin, Brian Earl Brown, and Curt Phillips.

Membership is limited to 28 and it involves quarterly printed-paper mailings, presumably to some far-flung places if the membership is global.