Pulp Fiction

A pulp fiction book cover from the 1950s

I had a flash back to the book covers of lesbian pulp fiction from the 50s earlier today. Remember when things were hidden and secret and talked about only in whispers? That was before the Internet, obviously. Now everything is available to everyone. In my opinion, the world is a better place because of it.

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Author: Virginia DeBolt

Writer and teacher who writes blogs about web education, writing practice, and pop culture.

1 thought on “Pulp Fiction”

  1. Some things never change even if change has become the new normal. Pulp fiction is harder to find but pulp anything can be found in Adult Bookstores as well as “exotic” vendors. Pulp is pulp. Some of us are needy in this department. Communications set to the lowest common denominator may morph but never disappear. What once would be sold in print form only now is available in print, video, internet and its social media component as well as games and so forth.

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