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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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.
More recently, she has sold stories to Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine(Barry Award finalist) and Big Pulp Magazine.
One winter day in 1943 an odd letter arrived at the offices of the sci-fi pulp magazine Amazing Stories.
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.
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.
In fact, Wild West Weekly, a popular pulp magazine, published 430 of his rambling tales.
The pioneering pulp magazine was, in the words of its creator Hugo Gernsback, "entirely different ( something that was never done before".
Until the National Library's installation of the Pulp Magazine Collection in 1996, pulp and comic book aficionados like Don Hutchison and John Bell believed that this demand was met entirely by an industry of plagiarism in which American tales were re-published in Canada using Canadian labour and printing materials.
The cover of Jakubowski's mammoth book is an authentic reproduction (I'm assuming it's an authentic reproduction--there is no mention anywhere in the book of the artist's name or the periodical from which it was taken) of an old pulp magazine cover that depicts only three things: a street lamp, a Mercedes and a raven-haired woman in a red dress shooting a look over her shoulder hotter than the cigarette she's smoking.