|Vintage Pulp||Oct 20 2018|
Above, a collection of covers from the U.S. artist Walter Popp, who illustrated numerous pulps before moving into paperback art, men's adventure magazines, and commercial package design. We've featured quite a bit of his work, including this cover and this one. You can be sure he'll Popp up again.
|Vintage Pulp||May 26 2016|
Whenever we say “someone” should do something that just means we’re being lazy. A couple of days ago we said we liked therapy sleaze fiction covers and someone should put together a collection. Well, that someone turned out to be us. We took a quick scuttle around the web and the result is this small group of people baring their souls—and sometimes more—to their therapists. In P.G. Wodehouse’s case, the main character of Lady Doctor is actually a medical practitioner, but since others confide in her and the awesome Dutch cover is psychoanalytic in style, we’ve included that. The last three examples come from Killer Covers, which is a site you should get into the habit of visiting regularly.
|Vintage Pulp||Dec 26 2015|
We recently featured a novel about a therapist sleeping with his patient, and today here we go again with this very popular theme. Henry Lewis Nixon’s The Golden Couch is a bit more clinical than Have Love, Will Share, but both books end up in the same slippery place. 1954 with uncredited art.