Category Archives: Simon Harvester

Pulp Friday: The pulp of Simon Harvester

“One of his companions had sworn to betray him. But how and when.” The last Pulp Friday for 2011 features the work of Simon Harvester, a British pulp writer best known for the character of Dorian Silk. Silk was a … Continue reading

Behind the bamboo screen: Asian pulp covers of the sixties and seventies

Regular readers of Pulp Curry will by now be familiar with my obsession with pulp paperbacks from the fifties, sixties and seventies (previous posts on which you can be see here, hereĀ and here). The following selection, sourced from my collection, … Continue reading