3¢ Pulp, a biweekly (though irregular) literary magazine, was published by Pulp Press from 1972 to 1978. The typical issue consisted of one printed and folded letter-size page—on which, as the proprietors had realized, “you could get 5,000 words in 5-point type if you weren’t too picky about margins”—and contained some combination of stories, essays, letters, rants, drawings and photos. The cover price really was 3 cents, though a subscription cost 10 dollars a year. In all, 107 issues of the magazine were produced and distributed.
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