Category Archives: Paul Newman

Pulp Friday: the pulp of John D MacDonald

“He Sold His Soul For Another Man’s Wife.” This weeks Pulp Friday is a selection of covers from the prolific US thriller writer, John D MacDonald. MacDonald got his start writing for pulp magazines in the late forties, then rode … Continue reading

Pulp Friday: The Hustler

“A taunt, suspenseful novel of a strange smoke-filled world where drifters, sharks and lushes live by one rule that is a command: WIN!” Today’s Pulp Friday needs no introduction, The Hustler, by Walter Tevis. This cover is from the paperback … Continue reading


Has anyone ever done dissolute as well as Paul Newman? Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Hud, The Hustler, Cool Hand Luke, and the little known WUSA. WUSA numbers among that great batch of films made in the early seventies, … Continue reading