|Vintage Pulp||Nov 11 2022|
She's so ready even the book cover is moist.
Above: a simple but striking piece of dust jacket art by French illustrator Jef de Wulf we found on an auction site for André Dinar's, aka, Georges-André Delpeuch's 1968 novel Dévergondée, a title that translates literally as “wanton.” Obviously, the paper got damp at some point, and being us, we ran with that idea for our subhead, and being them, the Pulp Intl. girlfriends told us we're gross. But that's the pulp life. You just gotta roll.
|Vintage Pulp||Jun 13 2009|
A quick look at Alain Gourdon.
Four pulp novels from Editions de l'Arabesque, the Parme collection, with covers painted by Alain Gourdon, who achieved considerable artistic fame under the pseudonym Aslan.
FranceEditions de l'ArabesqueParmeAlain GourdonAslanGeu MarcAndré DinarMarcelineRay Stonescover artliterature