Category Archives: Pulp fiction in the 70s and 80s

Pulp Friday: The Name of the Game is Death

Today’s Pulp Friday offering will be familiar to fans of hardboiled crime fiction, the 1972 edition of The Name of the Game Is Death, by Dan J Marlowe, published by Fawcett Gold Medal. Although Marlowe is not well known today, … Continue reading

Beat Girls, Love Tribes, Real Cool Cats draft cover & pre-order information

I’m incredibly proud to be able to show you the draft cover to the upcoming book I’ve co-edited with Iain McIntyre, Beat Girls, Love Tribes & Real Cool Cats: Pulp Fiction & Youth Culture from the 1950s to 1980s. Iain … Continue reading

Melbourne Writers Festival: Adrian McKinty & Australia’s pulp history

The Melbourne Writers Festival is upon us and I’ve got a a few slots in the program I wanted to pull on your coats about. This coming Wednesday, August 27, I’ll be in conversation with crime writer, Adrian McKinty at St Kilda … Continue reading

The lost world of Australian pulp paperback fiction at the Melbourne Writers Festival

Part of the Melbourne Writers Festival, join me on August 30 at the Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia, Federation Square, for a walk down the dimly lit back alleys of the lost world of Australian pulp paperback publishing. For a few … Continue reading

Announcing Beat Girls, Love Tribes and Real Cool Cats: Pulp Fiction and Youth Culture, 1950 – 1980

Regular Pulp Curry readers will be aware of my deep interest in pulp fiction. What you won’t know, is I’ve been working for a while now on a pulp fiction related book with another Melbourne writer called Iain McIntyre. I’m thrilled to … Continue reading