Hemingway goes pulp

Posted by Jason Diamond

This 1960 cover from the pulp magazine “Man’s Illustrated” is obviously the best thing I’m going to find on this Monday afternoon, and truth be told, I’m entirely alright with that.  This mag had everything I want to read about: Cold War paranoia, an expose on the the “free-love fraternity,” and an illustration of Papa with a beard that looks like it was dyed to look like a skunk.

(Via Finding Kurtz)


Filed under Lit.

2 responses to “Hemingway goes pulp

  1. I must send you my Hem on the cover of the ill-fated Wisdom magazine. Two gigantic pages of his most splendid quotes, too.

  2. Jason Diamond

    I need to see that!

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