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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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Ley also helped inject rocket science into the science fiction community via endless science articles in pulp magazines, and sci-fi fans widely embraced him as one of them.
Hammett wrote The Continental Op stories in the earliest years of his career, and to read them in sequence is to witness how Hammett slowly transformed the formulaic 'gals, guts and guns' action tales, the staple of pulp magazines such as the Black Mask, into the stuff of literature.
SF as published in the SF-only pulp magazines is easy to find, by definition," says Igor Spajic.
The 94 cover illustrations on books, dust jackets, magazines, pulp magazines, comics, Big Little Books, and British and French publications depict the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in different styles throughout their history.
Gleaned from the pulp magazines and short story anthologies of yesteryear, "Ancient Egyptian Supernatural Tales" is superb collection of stories compiled and edited by Jonathan Lewis.
T" The American novelist was working as a pencil-sharpener wholesaler when he started to write fiction for pulp magazines when he was 35 - Tarzan became his greatest creation.
In later life, Empey would write war stories and science fiction adventures for pulp magazines.
His influence on pulp magazines and comic adventure writing provides the industry with major influences and changes, from his Guardians of the Galaxy illustrations to ongoing monthly sketches for Daredevil.
Lovecraft on the genre, the weird marriage of poetry and pulp in Clark Ashton Smith, pulp magazines and short-fiction, supernatural sleuths in Weird Tales, and more.
Pulp magazines of the mid-20th century were a key source for the tales, including often obscure publications.
He is a pulp writer who had to tell a story in as few words as possible so it could fit in one of the numerous pulp magazines.
For instance, there were all those pulp magazines (comics had not yet reached their time of dominance) that lined one wall of the store.