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Curator of the art, history and fiction of old paperback novels. No work shown is my own: it's all on the web somewhere. See our pinned tweet for how we work.

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Kesha, by Chris Buzelli. Rolling Stone, 2017. https://t.co/bkYCD7MA2VBob Dylan, by Thomas Ehretsmann. Rolling Stone, 2015. https://t.co/sSPgqouz97Jimmy Cliff, by Rudi Gutierrez. Rolling Stone, 2012. https://t.co/wuGDY5GpvbGarbage, by Yuko Shimizu. Rolling Stone, 2005. https://t.co/C9vtjLkPaMLil' Kim, by David M Brinley. Rolling Stone, 2003. https://t.co/B5oWIwavnWMadonna, by Martin Ansin. Rolling Stone, 2012. https://t.co/G9P5jELg9XBeyoncé, by Jonny Ruzzo. Rolling Stone, 2016 https://t.co/XZypUEwcIGDavid Bowie, by Rory Kurtz. Rolling Stone, 2016. https://t.co/VwBggWINAvLeonard Cohen, by Thomas Ehretsmann. Rolling Stone, 2012. https://t.co/nhga7RU0SX
11/20
2017
More gothic romance artwork another time... https://t.co/5FmMyOGBTEThe Web Of Evil, by Lucille Emerick. Paperback Library #Gothic, 1965. Cover by Lou Marchetti. https://t.co/LhrDjGkUwrShadow Of Evil, by Greye La Spina. Paperback Library #Gothic, 1966. Cover by Lou Marchetti. https://t.co/SeNhrwNyi4Mansion Of Golden Windows, by Elise Lee. Lancer Books, 1966. Cover by Lou Marchetti. #gothic #romance https://t.co/PKMaJioIBBThe Mists Of Memory, by Catherine Marchant. Lancer Books, 1965. Cover by Lou Marchetti. #gothic #romance https://t.co/2SMmkwxNhzSo Many Midnights, by Alix de Marquand. Lancer Books, 1966. Cover by Lou Marchetti. #gothic #romance https://t.co/wzkn7mKlxCThunder Heights, by Phyllis A Whitney. Ace #Gothic, 1960. Cover by Lou Marchetti. https://t.co/acbaxH44UgA Finger To Her Lips, by Evelyn Berckman. Dell #Gothic, 1972. Cover by Lou Marchetti. https://t.co/XppK3wYeIoJoanne, The Unpredictable by Katheryn Kimbrough. Popular Library, 1976. Cover by Lou Marchetti. #gothic #romance https://t.co/LaTHGJVWWePulp illustrator Lou Marchetti was born today in 1920. So let's look back at his "Women with great hair fleeing go… https://t.co/3WTFIDmrBBThat's it for our look at 1936. Night night! https://t.co/mov19bhQUhCulmination, by John Furnill. Nicholson & Watson, 1936. Cover photography by Howard Coster. https://t.co/OBpYIfcE4f"They called her Brandy Flip." Scarlet Adventurers, March 1936. https://t.co/dnsBiK6isgAmphibious attack craft. Shonin Magazine, 1936. #Japan https://t.co/j3xGgDdc7JRed Nails, by Robert E Howard. Weird Tales, July 1936. https://t.co/nAlAgTOgSa"What would Jesus do in the present crisis?" Liberty Magazine, October 1936. https://t.co/ewnbAnyvmjMore skiers should wear ties. Boy's Life, January 1936. https://t.co/lVmdelVTSiThe Invisie Ray! Movie Action Magazine, January 1936. https://t.co/ThsO9l3XJtNunn-Bush ankle fashioned white Oxfords from 1936. "Made by salaried craftsmen." https://t.co/fXMdExXFfg"Injurious cake-soap rubbing." I's try to avoid that... Lux, June 1936. https://t.co/GAISevRxKqWell that's very French... (1936) https://t.co/CvfpTh85E5"And that, sir, is why I take a daily vitamin..." The Progressive Grocer, June 1936. https://t.co/d2FbEM3yyG#BluePlanet2 is really chasing ratings... Saucy Movie Tales, January 1936. https://t.co/MLuJDkHIrDBig hearted... Love Revels Magazine, April 1936. Cover by Zöe Mozert. https://t.co/THgEdNhPzASad cat: Players Cigarette cards from 1936 https://t.co/9LFBJKowi4Burn Witch Burn, by Abraham Merritt. Methuen, 1936. https://t.co/N5BeiRKjJ4"The White Dust From Hell!*" The Cocaine Fiends, 1936. https://t.co/yA0oqlbsUKMonopoly: Rage of America (1936) https://t.co/fACI7JILY5White Russians: a Soviet fashion magazine from 1936. https://t.co/WWAk3wLqiaThe 1936 Olympics: coverage by the French satirical magazine Juvénal. https://t.co/FZ67a24FxSWelcome back to our pulp look at 1936. I'm sure you'll see many familiar themes... https://t.co/Vjks8TPqBpLes Crimes De La Légion Noire. Police Magazine, November 1936. https://t.co/9lQQcrKbgnApril's Fool: La Vie Parisienne, 1936. https://t.co/PUMw2ozwe2Quakers: always with the crepe stockings... (1936) https://t.co/jqat4i37qX"With many develish illustrations!" Bed Manners and Better Bed Manners, by Dr Ralph Y Hopton and Anne Balliol (193… https://t.co/jR11jNxVCPI fear a #sewing related murder is about to happen... Home Arts, April 1936. https://t.co/9wk0LDQ7WpHow Bazaar! (1936) https://t.co/uD5WLHeD4mThe Modern Boy (1936). He needs less screen time and more fresh air... https://t.co/96dFJh9YnGLet's pop into the pulp time machine and head back to... 1936! https://t.co/AGW8NlHZTpNothing in the papers again... https://t.co/ug4wTVXvKm
11/19
2017
Tomorrow in pulp... I head back to 1936: a time of sex, drugs and motorbikes! https://t.co/zxRfBtz5SxThe US and UK have different names for some shapes https://t.co/EgV7b07jOR
Retweeted by Pulp LibrarianRowing Pluck and Luck, Sept 17, 1902, No.224 The Rival Boat Clubs! (or The Boss School at Beechwood), by Allyn Dra… https://t.co/XbhznQ6vEB
Retweeted by Pulp Librarian @annarenz Funnily enough I'm working on an Australian Women's Weekly day at the moment! Stay tuned... https://t.co/EGyvz7cid2 @PulpLibrarian my friend's father drew these comic book stories
Retweeted by Pulp LibrarianPost-script: let me know if you want more threaded stories on a particular theme. Always happy to oblige! https://t.co/fJVrvU26uXThe Trigan Empire stands the test of time due to its high quality artwork and sprawling universe of stories. Do try… https://t.co/7yTc6IZqd4Alas the Trigan Empire finally fell in 1982, when Look And Learn ceased publication. It had lasted 17 years and alm… https://t.co/mpw6gYkWQjThe Trigan Empire strips were translated into many languages, and old stories were re-published in the short-lived… https://t.co/WX2fg7VMKdOther artists worked on the Trigan Empire after Don Lawrence left Fleetway, including Oliver Frey, Ron Embleton an… https://t.co/3dlrgnLAHlMike Butterworth & Don Lawrence worked together until 1976, when a royalty dispute made Don quit Fleetway to work o… https://t.co/yHIEDrPCvlRanger magazine folded in 1966 and the Trigan Empire story moved to the more cerebral Look And Learn, a comic that… https://t.co/SZIe0aTSApThe Trigans look like Romans, & their city is founded on five hills. As they develop, the story grows into a scienc… https://t.co/rAXrxrwJeRThe Trigan Empire is Rome in space. 3 brothers - Trigo, Brag & Klud - found a city on planet Elekton and battle riv… https://t.co/602sWgYTnEThe Trigan Empire story starts with a crashed alien ship. Its records are eventually translated, and the history of… https://t.co/3l64UpI0nZTrigan Empire stories were done in inks, a tricky medium to work with. Don Lawrence quickly mastered it, and the re… https://t.co/GFyPrftKG6Mike Butterworth was commission to write the Trigan story, and Fleetway paired him with illustrator Don Lawrence. I… https://t.co/yhJeVwMQxOThe Trigan Empire was the main strip in Ranger, "The National Boys' Magazine." Launched in 1965 by Fleetway it ran… https://t.co/0zHrSGhhS4"The Rise and Fall of the Trigan Empire" was one of the best drawn British comic strips ever. This is its story... https://t.co/EVqjWLJWhUPrologue: an alien spacecraft crashes in a Florida swamp. Its crew are dead. But the ship carries a book; a histor… https://t.co/YPh4teZfPK#2017In4Words: tinfoil hats and twitterstorms. https://t.co/ZXnbmzOOQuDoes anyone know Stuart Harcourt of Chesterfield? What did he spend his £2 winnings on? RTs appreciated: let's fin… https://t.co/xWnm3tYdyC @asphalteden That's Splash Gorton, the hippie swimmer. Travelled everywhere with a penguin... https://t.co/SOBGgBGew7 @PulpLibrarian Fleetway annuals could be educational as well as entertaining (e.g. this, from the 1978 Dalek Annual… https://t.co/euJL2Rae1o
Retweeted by Pulp Librarian @PulpLibrarian Here some annuals from my childhood (sixties, early seventies), with many talendwd authors and illus… https://t.co/0XZyl6LNft
Retweeted by Pulp Librarian @DonaldOgg2 Ro-Busters was the Starlord strip. it was Thunderbirds with cynical second-hand robots. Hammerstein was… https://t.co/gFIwfulr83That's it for Fleetway Annuals, but stay tuned for a special on Don Lawrence and the Trigan Empire later today... https://t.co/wXBEN6dAbzNot every Fleetway annual was a success, but it always meant your gran had something to buy you for #Christmas! https://t.co/F8TtuCu1g1Eagle: relaunched in 1982 it was heavy on the photo-stories and the horror. Brought Dan Dare back from 2000AD. Best… https://t.co/938qgnYjRnSchool Friend: started in 1919 it continued in one form or another up to its 1965 merger with June. Starred Bessie… https://t.co/2j76ekw6Dr
11/18
2017

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