Pulp Renaissance: Hard-boiled, cliffhanger stories viewed as collectible American fiction

Blazing six-shooters and galloping horses. Screams in a fog shrouded alley. Green-skinned aliens towering over a scantily clad woman. Sleek silver spaceships cutting a path across the star specked universe. Tales of adventure in the far-flung Orient. These are but some of the indelible images that thrilled a generation of pulp magazine readers during its heyday of the ‘30s and ‘40s. Read More +