Welcome to ThePulp.Net
Long before TV, when movies were silent and radio was rarely heard, the pulp magazines burst onto the scene. The cheaply produced magazines offered an eager populace with a pasttime that carried them to far–away places on adventures far beyond their everyday lives.
Those stories live on in the brittle pages of the aging pulp magazines. Collected on these virtual pages of ThePulp.Net are articles and information about the pulps and scores of links to sites with even more details.
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