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    How To Write Perfect Pulp Fiction

    July 13th, 2015 | Writing | journalpulp | Comments Off on How To Write Perfect Pulp Fiction

    Have you ever heard of Lester Dent, nom-de-plume Kenneth Robeson? He was born in 1904, in La Plata, Missouri, and died fifty-four years later. His writing career spanned a total of thirty years — during which time he managed to crank out an astonishing 175 novels, or more. Still, despite such spectacular fecundity, the names […]

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    The Unknown Rebel

    June 5th, 2015 | Tiananmen Square massacre | journalpulp | 4 Comments

    Or “Tank Man,” as he’s sometimes known: So small and yet so large. That photo is of course from Tiananmen Square, twenty-six years ago today, when the entire world watched an anonymous Chinese man stand alone in front of advancing tanks, not backing down in the face of communist totalitarianism. Surely, it’s one of the […]

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    Putting the Cock Back in Cocktail: It Never Entered My Mind

    April 22nd, 2015 | Bartending | journalpulp | 14 Comments

    Here’s the latest in our Putting-the-Cock-Back-in-Cocktail series. A special thank you to Sarah, who turned me onto this beautiful Miles Davis song. Thank you for watching.

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    Spring: Babbling Like An Idiot and Strewing Flowers

    March 28th, 2015 | Writers | journalpulp | 3 Comments

    Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892-1950) — nom-de-guerre Nancy Boyd — American poetess and playwright, who at age thirty won the Pulitzer Prize, then only the third woman ever to do so, was catapulted into fame at nineteen, when her mother encouraged her to enter a poem called “Renascence” in a contest for The Lyric Year […]

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