33% Pulpactive
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33% Pulp
On 33% Pulp, hosts Linzi, Daniel, and a guest host each read a different third of a pulp novel, then recap it over three episodes — piecing together the plot and laughing at the prose. Join us for tales of teleportation, giant crabs, and super awkward descriptions of sex.
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USA
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Los Angeles, CA
Premiere Date |
2017-11-15
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#pulp
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You are hereby invited to the Pulpies Award Ceremony, in which we dis/honor the characters, kisses, and closing lines of the past five books. Who will take home the award for best book?
 

 

Special thanks to all those who contributed to this season's worth of episodes!

Amber, obv.

Chelsea Samuelson, like, um, uh, you know, our like dialogue editor or something

Mike and Sarah, awesome guest hosts

Morgan, from the Frankenpod and the barren flats

Maxwell, from Relic and post-apocalyptic future

TJ Acena, probably has a boner?

Tom Steer, our flash fiction winner!

Courtney from the Cult of Domesticity

Janine from Guess What You're Gonna Hate

Shelby and Jenni from Wives Tales

Sasha and Courtney from Spoop Hour

Support the show:

Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook through Audibletrial.com/pulp!

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Follow and chat with us on social media:

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

Web: 33pulp.com

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Credits:

Episode Editor: Linzi

Intro Music: "Epic Awards Logo" by Aleksey Zaykov. CC-SA, CC-NC, CC-BY.

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Daniel recaps the final third of The Infinitive Of Go, where Justin gets an infinitive complex, Justin and Cinnamon throw a party, and no, really, it's equivalent exchange.
 
 

Goodreads summary of the book:

CODE NAME POSTER The first practical matter transmitter was a success, or so everyone thought. In spite of paranoid security restrictions, Justin Williams and Cinnamon Wright, co-inventors of the device, counted on it to revolutionize civilization and gain them an honored place in history. But the first long-distance field test with a human being—a diplomatic courier carrying a vital message—somehow misfired when the courier killed himself on arrival at his destination. To prove his faith in his invention—and to escape charges of sabotage—Justin had himself "posted" thousands of miles. He came through unchanged. It was the world that was somehow different...

Support the show:

Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook through Audibletrial.com/pulp!

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Follow and chat with us on social media:

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

Web: 33pulp.com

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Credits:

Episode Editor: Daniel

Sound effects:

Charm by Scrampunk

and Success by Grunz

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Mike recaps the second third of John Brunner's scifi novel, The Infinitive Of Go. In it, we learn Justin and Cinnamon's relationship is totes normal, the true sign of benevolence is a goatee, and world peace can be achieved with pancakes.
 

Goodreads summary of the book:

CODE NAME POSTER The first practical matter transmitter was a success, or so everyone thought. In spite of paranoid security restrictions, Justin Williams and Cinnamon Wright, co-inventors of the device, counted on it to revolutionize civilization and gain them an honored place in history. But the first long-distance field test with a human being—a diplomatic courier carrying a vital message—somehow misfired when the courier killed himself on arrival at his destination. To prove his faith in his invention—and to escape charges of sabotage—Justin had himself "posted" thousands of miles. He came through unchanged. It was the world that was somehow different...

Support the show:

Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook through Audibletrial.com/pulp!

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Follow and chat with us on social media:

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

Web: 33pulp.com

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Credits:

Episode Editor: Daniel

Sound effects:

Charm by Scrampunk

and Success by Grunz

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The Infinitive of Go is "to go"...INTO YOUR EARS! Linzi recaps the first third of this science fiction book full of paranoid spies, militarized universities, and a new teleportation technology called "posters." This episode opens with a bang and ends with a shocking post-coital discovery.

Goodreads summary of the book:

CODE NAME POSTER The first practical matter transmitter was a success, or so everyone thought. In spite of paranoid security restrictions, Justin Williams and Cinnamon Wright, co-inventors of the device, counted on it to revolutionize civilization and gain them an honored place in history. But the first long-distance field test with a human being—a diplomatic courier carrying a vital message—somehow misfired when the courier killed himself on arrival at his destination. To prove his faith in his invention—and to escape charges of sabotage—Justin had himself "posted" thousands of miles. He came through unchanged. It was the world that was somehow different...

Support the show:

Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook through Audibletrial.com/pulp!

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Follow and chat with us on social media:

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

Web: 33pulp.com

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Credits:

Episode Editor: Chelsea Samuelson and Linzi

Sound effects:

Charm by Scrampunk

and Success by Grunz

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Daniel recaps the final third of House Dick, where Novak keeps his receipts, Julia is left with crappy options, and Novak makes a new friend.

Goodreads summary of the book:

House Dick is one of Hunt’s very best, a classic hardboiled story of a detective in a Washington D.C. hotel (no, not that hotel) investigating a twisty tale of burglary and murder, of skullduggery under cover of darkness, of deception and shifting loyalties – and of the price you pay when you trust the wrong people…

Support the show:

Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook through Audibletrial.com/pulp!

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Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

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Web: 33pulp.com

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Credits:

Intro/Outtro: "Hotel Detective," by They Might be Giants

Episode Editor: Linzi

Sound effects:

Charm by Scrampunk

and Success by Grunz

Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Linzi recaps the second third of House Dick, where Novak takes a shower with a happy ending, Morely needs to suck harder, and Julia learns that mescaline is not the new ambien.

Goodreads summary of the book:

House Dick is one of Hunt’s very best, a classic hardboiled story of a detective in a Washington D.C. hotel (no, not that hotel) investigating a twisty tale of burglary and murder, of skullduggery under cover of darkness, of deception and shifting loyalties – and of the price you pay when you trust the wrong people…

Support the show:

Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook through Audibletrial.com/pulp!

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Follow and chat with us on social media:

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

Web: 33pulp.com

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Credits:

Episode Editor: Chelsea Samuelson

Sound effects:

Charm by Scrampunk

and Success by Grunz

Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Sarah, our guest host for this book, delivers the first part of this mystery of murder and missing jewels. We also get a grand introduction to each of our main characters, listed here for reference:

  • Pete Novak: house dick
  • Chalmers Boyd: rich, sexually active guy, until he's not
  • Julia Boyd: a woman of great stature with old money, and Chalmers' wife
  • Dr. Bikel: Julia's doctor
  • Paula Norton: monochromatic and beautiful, has dog
  • Ben Barada: likes silk shirts, is violent

Goodreads summary of the book:

House Dick is one of Hunt’s very best, a classic hardboiled story of a detective in a Washington D.C. hotel (no, not that hotel) investigating a twisty tale of burglary and murder, of skullduggery under cover of darkness, of deception and shifting loyalties – and of the price you pay when you trust the wrong people…

Support the show:

Read the book yourself! Buy through our link and we get a tiny kickback.

Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook through Audibletrial.com/pulp!

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Follow and chat with us on social media:

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

Web: 33pulp.com

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Credits:

Episode Editor: Chelsea Samuelson

Sound effects:

Charm by Scrampunk

and Success by Grunz

Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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In the final Conjure Wife companion episode, Sasha and Courtney from the Spoop Hour podcast join Daniel and Linzi to discuss the 1980 film adaptation, Witch's Brew. We spoke about things that made this movie special...such as Lucifer, pigs, chickens, and the great Teri Garr. We also went on a few tangents about handsy ghosts, raunchy trumpet players, and Casual Sex?

Reach out to our guests!

Twitter: @spoophour

Instagram: @spoophour

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Did you like the companion series for Conjure Wife? Have ideas on how we could improve the show? We would love to know your thoughts! Write us at wearethree@33pulp.com.

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Credits:

Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

Episode edited by Linzi.

Audio Clips from Which Witch is Which? aka Witches' Brew (1980), dir. Richard ShorrHerbert L. Strock.

Countdown sound effect by Mandy Mathy

Bike Horn sound effect by Stickinthemud and was inspired by the great podcast work done by @da7e.

Typewriter ding sound effect by Stubb.

No changes were made to the sounds.

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Linzi recaps the final third of Conjure Wife by Fritz Lieber, where...

A) your body is a vessel, actually, not a temple
B) we discover why phones really suck
C) magic is really just like math
D) Norman is rescued by a couch (cushion)
E) Norman's got 99 problems and a witch is one
F) Prince Rupert is not Prince Albert
G) Norman starts collecting bodies
H) weird and trippy shit happens
I) Norman and the witches of Hempnell play musical souls
J) Norman almost gives up the ghost

Goodreads summary of the book:

Norman Saylor considered witchcraft nothing but quaint superstition until he learned his own wife was a practising sorceress. Even then, he still refused to accept the truth - one that every woman knows but no man dares to believe - that in the secret occult warfare that governs our everyday lives, witchcraft is a matter of life and death.

Support the show:

Read the book yourself! Buy through our link and we get a tiny kickback.

Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook through Audibletrial.com/pulp!

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Follow and chat with us on social media:

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

Web: 33pulp.com

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Credits:

Episode Editor: Chelsea Samuelson

Sound effects:

Charm by Scrampunk

and Success by Grunz

Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Our Conjure Wife coverage extends to three film adaptations that each take a very different approach to the original text. In this companion episode, Shelby and Jenni from the Wives' Tales podcast join Daniel and Linzi to discuss the 1962 adaptation "Burn, Witch, Burn" (aka "Night of the Eagle"). Of the three movies, this one has the highest production standards and men's trousers. The episode contains the Wives' Tales ladies dropping knowledge about witches, voodoo, special "nerve charms," and Trick-or-Treat etiquette.

 

Reach out to our guests!

Twitter: @wivestalespod

Instagram: @wivestalespodcast

 

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Support the show:

See the movie yourself! Buy through our link and we get a tiny kickback.

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Follow and chat with us on social media:

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

Web: 33pulp.com

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Credits:

Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

Audio Clips from Night of the Eagle / Burn, Witch, Burn (1962), dir. Sidney Hayers.

Countdown sound effect by Mandy Mathy

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Amber recaps the second third of Conjure Wife by Fritz Lieber, where Norman undergoes a series of unfortunate events, sees his shadow, and has a heart-to-heart with...himself.

Goodreads summary of the book:

Norman Saylor considered witchcraft nothing but quaint superstition until he learned his own wife was a practising sorceress. Even then, he still refused to accept the truth - one that every woman knows but no man dares to believe - that in the secret occult warfare that governs our everyday lives, witchcraft is a matter of life and death.

Support the show:

Read the book yourself! Buy through our link and we get a tiny kickback.

Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook through Audibletrial.com/pulp!

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Follow and chat with us on social media:

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

Web: 33pulp.com

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Credits:

Episode Editor: Chelsea Samuelson

Sound effects:

Charm by Scrampunk

and Success by Grunz

Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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For the first 33% Pulp companion episode, Janine from Guess What You're Gonna Hate? and Courtney from The Cult of Domesticity join Linzi to discuss the 1944 film adaptation of Conjure Wife, Weird Woman. (The movie and book end very differently!) We recap and review the movie, covering all the bases: floating heads, hair that looks like brains, depictions of indigenous peoples in midcentury cinema, lots of bread (of the white variety), and a little thing called "lamp theory" that will change how you see cinema forever.

Reach out to our guest podcasters on social media!

Twitter:

@hatepodcast

@domesticpodcast

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Support the show:

See the movie yourself! Buy through our link and we get a tiny kickback.

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Follow and chat with us on social media:

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

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Credits:

Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

 

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Daniel recaps the first third of Conjure Wife by Fritz Lieber, where we meet the Saylor's, learn some spooky Latin, and our protagonist Norman goes snooping through his wife’s no-no drawer.

promo this week: SPOOP HOUR!

check them out on iTunes and Twitter

Goodreads summary of the book:

Norman Saylor considered witchcraft nothing but quaint superstition until he learned his own wife was a practising sorceress. Even then, he still refused to accept the truth - one that every woman knows but no man dares to believe - that in the secret occult warfare that governs our everyday lives, witchcraft is a matter of life and death.

Support the show:

Read the book yourself! Buy through our link and we get a tiny kickback.

Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook through Audibletrial.com/pulp!

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Follow and chat with us on social media:

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

Web: 33pulp.com

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Credits:

Sound effects:

Charm by Scrampunk

and Success by Grunz

Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Here are our four 99-word pulp fiction finalists! This episode, we interview these fine authors and listen to them read their eye-catching, gun-tossing, adorably knotty, and boner-filled entries.

Listen now and vote Thursday on Twitter! To read the stories, visit our website or follow us on social media. Huge thanks to our finalists for submitting stories and being so fun to talk to.

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

Web: 33pulp.com

Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Daniel recaps the final third of Country Girl by Richard McMullen, where Sedge’s killer is revealed, Cherryl goes shopping, and the hosts wonder if the author gave Cherryl full mental capacities or just a full rack.

Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook through Audibletrial.com/pulp!

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

Web: 33pulp.com

Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Linzi recaps the second third of Country Girl by Richard McMullen, where the names are a little too on-the-nose: Dominic (the predator), Shep (the protector), and Dee (...the D).

Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook through Audibletrial.com/pulp!

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Instagram: @33pulp

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Amber recaps the first third of Country Girl by Richard McMullen, where we meet Cherryl with two Rs, Cloyd with a C, and a man named Sedge who can't keep his paunch to himself.

Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook through Audibletrial.com/pulp!

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Daniel recaps the final third of Odd Girl Out by Ann Bannon. Who gets excommunicated from Alpha Beta? Who stalks Laura in the aisle of a drug store? Who will never amount to a row of beans? Find out in the dramatic finale!

Interested in reading this LGBTQ classic yourself? Support our show by buying through our link!

Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook through Audibletrial.com/pulp!

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Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Linzi recaps the second third of Odd Girl Out by Ann Bannon, where things get hot and heavy... just not for Laura. Everyone's in love with Beth, Emmy's in everyone's business, and everyone reading this book agrees: Chuck's gotta go.

Interested in reading this LGBTQ classic yourself? Support our show by buying through our link!

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Amber recaps the first third of Odd Girl Out by Ann Bannon, where Laura is bewildered by trees, buildings, and her feelings toward her sorority sister, Beth. A Twilight-like love triangle emerges, but without the vampires and werewolves.

Give our friends at the Frankenpod a listen!

Interested in reading this LGBTQ classic yourself? Support our show by buying through our link!

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Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Hi! We'll be back next Tuesday with a whole new season of 33% Pulp.

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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It's our first ever awards show! We look back at our first five books and hand out awards for Best Villain, Most Likely to Succeed Post-Book, and of course Best Sex Scene. Join us as we explain what an Eiffel Tower is to Linzi and attempt math to determine Season One's Best Book.

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Facebook: @33pulppage

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Amber recaps the thrilling conclusion of The Fluger by Doris Piserchia. Wife kidnappings! Exploding tapes! Good old fashioned wolf attacks! Find out which 11% of 33% Pulp actually enjoyed the ending to this tale of man vs. monster.

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Instagram: @33pulp

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Daniel recaps the second third of The Fluger by Doris Piserchia, where we learn what Kam Shar, the Winged One, and the Beast have in common, and people start getting injected with the technology of the future -- tapes!

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Linzi recaps the first third of Doris Piserchia's The Fluger, where an alien with sparkly grey eyes hunts an alien with lightning-resistant skin, and the humans just try not to get eaten.

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Daniel recaps the final third of Robert Onopa's The Pleasure Tube. Aswarm in breasts, our hero Rawley Voorst takes a trip to the sun. OR DOES HE? Find out -- OR NOT! -- in this eerily familiar conclusion.

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Linzi recaps the second third of Robert Onopa's The Pleasure Tube. The Pleasure Tube: Sounds fun, right? Well not if you're Rawley Voorst, whose feelings about women get in the way of fun AND his SciCom investigation.

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Instagram: @33pulp

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Amber recaps the first third of Robert Onopa's The Pleasure Tube, where Rawley Voorst attempts to forget what happened in space four years ago. With its sexy jumpsuited staff and exotic adventure menus, a trip on The Pleasure Tube seems like just the answer... but something's not quite right.

 

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Linzi recaps the finale of Carter Brown's A Corpse For Christmas. Which of Al Wheeler's conspiracy theories is the truth? Who's been waiting in his bed this whole time? Which 33% Pulp host actually has abs? Find out all this and more, resolutionwise, in this week's episode.

 

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Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Amber recaps part two of A Corpse For Christmas by Carter Brown. With two new bodies on his hands, Lt. Al Wheeler needs to get to the bottom of things before the killer strikes again. He also needs to learn how to read social cues if he ever wants another date in Pine City.

 

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Daniel recaps the first third of A Corpse For Christmas by Carter Brown, where a dead body is discovered at a party and Santa is the prime suspect.
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Amber recaps the final third of The Man From Pansy by Don Rico. Who's the mastermind behind the gay porn communist blackmail ring? How will Buzz escape without his gun? Just how large is Sugar Popp? Find out now in the shocking conclusion!

 

Twitter: @33_Pulp

Instagram: @33pulp

Facebook: @33pulppage

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Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made.

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Daniel recaps the second third of The Man From Pansy by Don Rico, where the men have names like Cloud Hopper and Ruff Ryder, and the women never have bras on.
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Linzi unpacks the first third of Don Rico's The Man From Pansy, where we meet Buzz Cardigan, "the limp-wristed spy who stops at nothing to queer freedom's enemies."
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Daniel recaps the dramatic final third of Guy N. Smith's Night of the Crabs. Who will prevail? Man or crustacean? Find out now.
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Linzi recaps the second third of Guy N. Smith's Night of the Crabs, where newfound lovers Pat and Cliff vomit in unison.
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Amber recaps the first third of Guy N. Smith's Night of the Crabs. Is Cliff a Botanist or Marine Biologist? Where is Ian and Julie? How many boners can YOU find?
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On 33% Pulp, hosts Linzi, Amber, and Daniel pick a pulp fiction novel based entirely on the cover. We each read a third of it, then recap it over three episodes — piecing together the plot and laughing at the prose. Join us for tales of shirtless heroes, sticky situations, and super awkward descriptions of sex.

A new way to read
Nov 22, 2017 by dick and jim

4.5 stars. Mixing together oral tradition and individual introspection, this podcast features three friends who each read one-third of a book and then explain it to the other two. Books from decades ago get a kind of reboot over three episodes. So far, while they add their own flair to the stories, they treat books (and authors) with respect by giving backstory and relevant context. While the novel itself is THE core component, the hosts each have a different storytelling style, prioritizing things like humor, radio dramatization, and fascinating research. You can tell they are friends with different but, luckily for the listener, overlapping interests. The level of banter is currently PERFECT. It's incredibly annoying and alienating when podcasters veer too off-topic and caught up in their own jokes. This podcast features relevant and funny commentary as the story unfolds. I checked out their instagram account and recommend following it for historical references (again, really thorough research) for context and visualization. It really adds to the story. I clicked through their Twitter account....for now at least, instagram seems the way to go if you're interested in getting the "full" experience. Twitter seems completely unnecessary. It does not add to the podcast material. The Facebook link on their website doesn't work, so that also needs to be addressed. While ACCEPTABLE, the audio quality is inconsistent and, at one point, one of the female hosts was only in my left ear. Dear podcasters: you WILL lose listeners if you can't properly edit and mix the audio. Podcasts are meant to be heard. If the audio is lacking, it will degrade the experience no matter how great the content. To improve, they need to first improve their audio engineering. Then, if they want to really excel, they need to ensure a steady and consistent social media presence. Overall though, this podcast has content with great potential. I hope it sticks around for a long time, I'd love to see how it develops.

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