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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LOS ANGELES, May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Book publishing company Galaxy Press is announcing a contest to win a free 80GB iPod filled with audiobooks from the Golden Age Stories pulp fiction books written by L.
That iconic image of the fringed star holding a cigarette told you all you needed to know about the femme fatale in Tarantino's slick, sublime masterpiece, Pulp Fiction.
There is far more offensive material than Pulp Fiction broadcast well before the watershed, and Ofcom never seems to complain about this
In fact, Tarantino could use the retrospective tone found in Reservoir Dogs, the non-linear approach of Pulp Fiction, and the chapter-by-chapter format of the Kill Bill series in one movie.
I'm sorry that news of our Lesbian Pulp Fiction collection distressed you.
Over the past 10 years, since Pulp Fiction, Samuel L.
She had watched the video of Pulp Fiction seven times while knitting pink fluffy baby socks for the charity shop.
The last time Uma got this close to John Travolta was in the classic movie Pulp Fiction.
A sense of surveillance recurs frequently via the reiterated towers and windows, but Baseman can hint at seamy themes without landing in pulp fiction.
And that's not all, there also 10 pairs of tickets up for grabs for a special screening of Quentin Tarantino's classic Pulp Fiction, which is being shown at 9pm on Tuesday.
This debut from Danny Simmons, an abstract-expressionist painter and poet, succeeds more as a piece of pulp fiction than as a literary feat.
Because his own most recent experimental novel has been rejected by publishers as not black enough, Monk is outraged at the national success of Juanita Mae Jenkins, an amateur black middle-class writer with little knowledge and less actual experience of living in an urban black community, and at her exploitative first novel in the neo-realistic vernacular tradition of the ghetto pulp fiction of Robert "Iceberg Slim" Beck and Donald Goines, We's Lives in Da Ghetto.