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Pulp Librarian @PulpLibrarian A pulp library of the mind

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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Just time for a quick look at the papers... https://t.co/qvFmvUudf0And so we bid a fond farewell to 1962. More pulp another time... https://t.co/fgHXNRjCuU"A mysterious bag holds the secret to an outlaw's past…" The Rifleman issue 10. Dell, Jan-March 1962. https://t.co/nq7oR4P1bmThe Twilight Zone, issue 63. Gold Key Comics, 1962. https://t.co/bgarBog3fpThings To Come: the official publication of the Science Fiction Book Club, July/August 1962. Cover by Virgil Finlay. https://t.co/sxKvxGROlSBop King Dickie Wild and his juvenile jukebox cult… Rock Me Baby! by Greg Randolph. Intimate Edition, 1962. https://t.co/Rk0NnPpYRw"She wrestled with sin - and got pinned." Lady Wrestler by James Harvey. Midwood Books, 1962. Cover by Paul Rader https://t.co/YnZMOaPSKA"Their ART was an excuse to indulge themselves in lewd orgies!" Artist Colony, by James Rowe. Playtime Books, 1962. https://t.co/tlvQ84ZJgq"Unspeakable Experiments" Mars Attacks! 1962 trading cards. Art by Norman Saunders https://t.co/EzF98QOvYA"A monumentally moral descent into the hell of narcotic addiction" Naked Lunch, by William Burroughs. Grove 1962. https://t.co/rmK826Lhrh"Swearing! What it does to a girl's reputation!" 'Teen Magazine, October 1962. https://t.co/j2bYPSb2beEarly Segways. Never caught on... Domenica del Corriere, December 1962. https://t.co/SAXSNYFYkaBikini girls with machine guns: True* Adventures, February 1962. (*who are we to doubt it?) https://t.co/3fEDSJMHzvHoward Keel machine guns a Triffid (1962). Nicole Maurey dodges the cartridge cases... https://t.co/wc7QHOz49XDoctor No, by Ian Fleming. Shoecase Comics, 1962. They nearly gave it to Jack Kirby to draw... https://t.co/ABBcc8JfGV"Look For Somebody Who Sniffs Glue." Found her!! Official Detective Stories, May 1962. https://t.co/9wSWyvqcLzHow do you handle a ticklish virgin? Ballyhoo: The Bachelor's Home Companion, June 1962. https://t.co/E7zN0z9LV6The Case Against Satan, by Ray Russell. Pan Books, 1962. https://t.co/oW5QCG0MGqI can see a few flaws in this plan... True Crime ("All Top Thrillers") September 1962. https://t.co/euqIMMSiffToday in pulp we head back to 1962. A carefree time... https://t.co/HYwb6oj7Hk
1/18
2018
Just time for a quick look at the papers... https://t.co/aZORi3CCr4Let's end with one of the unsung heroes of #punk: "One man was so furious that he kicked in the screen of his £380… https://t.co/eRRg4tUnGa @tsw_JEvans @Derail_Nagelfar Hmm, that implies you have a second favourite pulp librarian... https://t.co/ba5bHN7lYVHow To Look Punk (1977). Belinda Carlisle is on the cover... https://t.co/iStDK4M1acDon't laugh, this look is coming back… Punkshot by Konami, 1990. https://t.co/lsZT238FLWI blame Top Cat... The Young #Punks, edited by Leo Margulies. Pyramid Books, 1957. https://t.co/L6KiLpu5LkWhat do we want? AGGRO! How do we want it? IN A KID'S COMIC!! Action, 18 September 1976. #punk https://t.co/jOyfEXl5qCBored Stiff, 1977. https://t.co/MTveJ9S4DB @aHEM_again https://t.co/G9yLSkwcrOPsyclone, March 1978. https://t.co/KCJUPOrVIqDamage, Aug/Sept 1979. https://t.co/uILI61cZeGSo where's Catflap? https://t.co/anhfl750rjThe Slits. Zigzag, August 1977. https://t.co/INx8FtW5gySniffin' Glue. Issue 11, July 1977. Shout out to the Rubber Bandits there... https://t.co/G8dcaGfBRG"Punk is dead!" International Times, 1977. "Anybody who says punk's dead, will be!" Gizzard Puke, 1983 https://t.co/WHwo5uXCKYSecret Affair - they hate the punk 'elite'! Smash Hits, October 1979 https://t.co/IJP2hPLHN7Phase in Newcastle. Always rammed with tossers. Used to sell Viz Comic though... https://t.co/czr4dxmMvXAlternative Ulster issue 8 (1978). May contain The Undertones... https://t.co/le4K5XujRoMad Magazine's Punk Rock Group of the Year: "Johnny Turd and the Comodes!" (June 1978). https://t.co/oE3WMPF6BmEarly CyberPunk... https://t.co/M470xJy67wPunch-ups and punk attitudes: Knuckle Girls, by Richard Allen. New English Library, 1977. https://t.co/BzmVtAhOk3Look out - he's got a plastic fork! Punk Rock, by Richard Allen. New English Library, 1977. https://t.co/PiNivuoWoYToday in pulp... punk rock! https://t.co/1Zol4fFueJ
1/17
2018
More 1920s motivational advice another time. Chin up now... https://t.co/kyYG7Uxvs7"Who Wants A Soft Job?" Mather & Company workplace motivational card, 1927. https://t.co/cOJti6gtDP"Programme Wreckers!" Parker workplace advice poster, 1927. #projectmanagement https://t.co/i69tp2r9bJ"Knock That Chip Off Your Own Shoulder." Mather & Company workplace motivational poster, 1927 https://t.co/AUWIHrEmT3"The Loafer is No Friend of Yours." Mather work incentive poster, 1927. https://t.co/sgk6la1h2G"Prospects will not bite, punch, kick you or take your money." Parker Holladay motivational #salestraining poster,… https://t.co/9CV9TQa1x9"Say it with snap! Get to the point." Mather & Company workplace motivational poster, 1925. https://t.co/4N1xskOUE3"Control Your Temper." A 1920s Parker-Holladay workplace motivational poster. https://t.co/jKHpsJJ73t"Criticism Is Necessary." Mather & Company workpla e motivational poster, 1925. https://t.co/g7tuKhBPVE"Life's Too Short For Groping." A 1920s Parker-Holladay workplace motivational poster. https://t.co/bwN7pbeiEk"Be a Tightwad! Own Something!" Mather & Company motivational workplace poster, 1925. https://t.co/wmSnbh4dgCTime for a few work motivational posters from the 1920s. "I didn't get where I am today etc..." https://t.co/siNyeITliz
1/16
2018
Tomorrow in pulp... the happiness industry! https://t.co/rbFmjJcfs9Just time for a quick look at the papers... https://t.co/yhaz7RiuWrMore adverts another time... https://t.co/A1w3fiGfDtOh god - mercury tilt joysticks! The Philips Videopac G7000 console. "The Atari-killer!" https://t.co/s7y5Q503XWThe 1976 Philips Hipster. Denim Blue too... https://t.co/ANg1nGzN4fBad to the bone: the 1974 Philips N25-10 compact casette player. Three band graphic equaliser with backlit faders!… https://t.co/jJobK3swHNWhatever happened to driving gloves? And do you really need them in an automatic, or is that just showing off? Phil… https://t.co/USVJcYwDTCWhy Alan Partridge hates Noel Edmonds: https://t.co/ELt6Uo1RBn https://t.co/EqI4YhtXT3Wendy Padbury demonstrates the world's largest vacuum cleaner: the 1970 Philips Nobo Sprits. Comes with a 'Boudica… https://t.co/6MF2unErOwI love the idea of being able to cover half the TV with a door. You could literally catch just half of a programme.… https://t.co/PJisyIZdMaRemind me to put a lock on that lavatory door... https://t.co/3ezkJPNBFbThe 1957 Philips Radio Fridge. How did this not catch on? https://t.co/SsXp0IenU8The Philips Pavilion at the 1958 World Fair, designed by Le Corbusier. https://t.co/ruC5hgHVNgPaul Igert's outstanding 1954 design for Philips light bulbs. Clear, bold, clever #marketing. https://t.co/gMiJYkYADFInside the 1933 Philips Superinductance 634A radio set. Yours for sixteen guineas... https://t.co/IrzHqtJ1VkThe 1915 Philips Arga light bulb. Very different marketing for women snd men... https://t.co/tkzx1LTpGAThe 1919 Philips light bulb catalogue. Illuminating... https://t.co/IoSX6hOWWgThe 1925 Philips Duplo car light. Poster design by Louis Kalff. https://t.co/k32NV2D2ZLThe 1927 Philips Miniwatt radio valve. Yours for a song... https://t.co/01wP55addnToday in pulp, a few vintage adverts from Philips. Sit back and relax... https://t.co/tjMvzA3Nc0Happy birthday #Wikipedia, 17 years old today! You made so many other things obsolete... https://t.co/GuphFYbdsV
1/15
2018
About this 'long-eared mule' you sold me... https://t.co/uluqfsIdFb1523 - they knew how to party back them... https://t.co/EezfePEtBCDonkey Skin (1970).Poster by Wiktor Gorka. https://t.co/eHUIUiVl6t
1/14
2018

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