pulp magazine

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Noun1.pulp magazine - an inexpensive magazine printed on poor quality paper
mag, magazine - a periodic publication containing pictures and stories and articles of interest to those who purchase it or subscribe to it; "it takes several years before a magazine starts to break even or make money"
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Layman suggests that journalistic training came in handy when Hammett began submitting stories to the pulp magazine Black Mask in 1923.
Apart from the pulp magazine era of the 1920s through the 1940s, Igor has discovered a rich vein of works written before even the term "science fiction" was coined.
One night, Karl invited Vernon Go, the publisher of Pulp Magazine for night drink in Bigsky Mind.
Critique: A unique and impressively illustrated volume, "It's A Man's World: Men's Adventure Magazines, The Postwar Pulps, Expanded Edition" is an inherently fascinating and informative compendium that through the profuse and superbly produced reproductions of pulp magazine covers gives a clear impression of what the Golden Age of pulp magazine publications offered.
It is said in his early years of writing for pulp magazine market, he set himself a quota of 1,200,000 words a year.
Once fodder for science fiction movies and pulp magazine stories, the computer has become a fundamental force in modern society.
ONE hundred years ago this week an immortal was born, introduced to the world on the cover of America's most popular pulp magazine All-Story.
Bradbury's first paid piece, "Pendulum," was published in November 1941 in the pulp magazine "Super Science Stories.
The group has appeared on the cover of several magazines such as FHM, Maxim, T3, Woman Today, TOP40 Songhits and Pulp Magazine.
Ackerman was legendary in science-fiction circles as the founding editor of the pulp magazine Famous Monsters of Filmland.
Here it shows a group of "prayer wheels", wooden cylinders revolving on steel bases which are carved and painted with Faile's distinctive pulp magazine imagery.