Pulp fiction
English: Pulp magazine

Gaudy pulp cover, 1935

Pulp fiction is a kind of literature. It gets its name from the cheap, wood pulp paper it was printed on. Pulp fiction covered several genres: romance, western, science fiction, horror, detective, adventure, etc. It was most popular in the United States during the 1920s–1940s. Publication then decreased, perhaps because television took over the evening hours for readers and magazines were not read as often. Pulp fiction was published in a cheap magazine format often with gaudy covers. Stories were sometimes serialized, meaning the reader had to buy each monthly issue over a period of time to complete a particular story.

Other Languages
العربية: مجلة اللب
български: Пълп-списания
čeština: Rodokaps
Deutsch: Pulp-Magazin
English: Pulp magazine
Esperanto: Pulpa magazino
فارسی: مجله زرد
français: Pulp (magazine)
galego: Pulps
한국어: 펄프 매거진
italiano: Pulp magazine
Bahasa Melayu: Majalah pulpa
Nederlands: Pulp (literatuur)
português: Pulp
русский: Pulp-журналы
українська: Pulp-журнал