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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'We just write the best songs we can,' bassist Jeremy Lenzo has shared with PULP Magazine in an exclusive interview, talking about their latest offering which was released through Rise Records.
Synopsis: Seabury Quinn (December 1889--24 December 1969) was a pulp magazine author, whose popular stories of the occult detective Jules de Grandin were published in Weird Tales between 1925 and 1951.
In 1922, Hammett, by then on disability and a married father of a young daughter, took a course at the Munson School for Private Secretaries, with a 'newspaper writing objective.' Layman suggests that journalistic training came in handy when Hammett began submitting stories to the pulp magazine Black Mask in 1923.
One night, Karl invited Vernon Go, the publisher of Pulp Magazine for night drink in Bigsky Mind.
The judges were Rey Ilagan, editor-in-chief of Garage magazine; Hwang Yohan, grand prize winner of ABS-CBN's "I love OPM"; Happee Sy-Go of Pulp Live World and Pulp magazine; Gigi Yia of Sparkling; K-musical actress Hong Namki; and Dasuri Choi, second runner-up of the Eat Bulaga" contest "You're My Foreignay."
Joshi's Studies in Supernatural Literature series--largely falls victim to, but in a few exceptional essays moves beyond, the similarly low standards of much scholarship on the major figures of weird fiction to emerge from the pulp magazine Weird Tales in the period from the 1920s to the 1940s.
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.
One winter day in 1943 an odd letter arrived at the offices of the sci-fi pulp magazine Amazing Stories.
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.
Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology, is a comedic science fiction story that originally ran in a pulp magazine called Startling 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.