Pulp Culture: The Art of Fiction Magazines
Collectors Press, Inc., 1998 - Design - 204 pages
Explore the rollicking, rip-roaring era of pulp fiction. From its origins in the late nineteenth century, when adventure stories reigned, through almost six decades of slinking sleuths, galloping ghouls, nitty-gritty gals, and invincible warriors, the pulp magazines transported readers into new territories of the mind. Not only did these publications help popularize authors such as Dashiell Hammett, Ray Bradbury, and Edgar Rice Burroughs, they now provide a panorama of some sixty years of illustrationand social commentary.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Ronrose1 - LibraryThing
This is a coffee table sized book, jam packed with wizbang reproductions of zillions, well maybe just hundreds, of covers from the pulp era. If it is possible to bring back memories of an era most of ... Read full review
Review: Pulp Culture: The Art of Fiction MagazinesUser Review - Leonard - Goodreads
Terrific collection of pulp fiction covers, with added dimension from the informative and sometimes quite funny commentary and background from author Robinson. Read full review