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English: Pulp magazines (or pulp fiction; often referred to as "the pulps") were inexpensive fiction magazines. They were widely published from the 1920s through the 1950s.The name "pulp" comes from the cheap wood pulp paper on which such magazines were printed. Pulp covers, printed in color on higher-quality (slick) paper, were famous for their half-dressed damsels in distress, usually awaiting a rescuing hero. Cover art played a major part in the marketing of pulp magazines, and a number of the most successful cover artists became as popular as the authors featured on the interior pages. Among the most famous pulp artists were Frank R. Paul, Virgil Finlay, Edd Cartier, Margaret Brundage and Norman Saunders. Covers were important enough to sales that sometimes they would be designed first; authors would then be shown the cover art and asked to write a story to match.
This category has the following 44 subcategories, out of 44 total.
- ► (New) Mystery Adventure(s) (25 F)
- ► 10 Story Fantasy (2 F)
- ► Ghost Stories (magazine) (6 C)
- ► If (magazine) (92 F)
- ► Jungle Stories (4 F)
- ► Lesbian pulp fiction (207 F)
- ► Oriental Stories (25 F)
- ► Unknown (magazine) (1 F)
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Media in category "Pulp magazines"
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