the evolution of african pulp fiction

Normally I pay attention to proper fiction, high class literature. But what is that exactly? It is a bit difficult to define.

Today we look at pulp fiction.  Storytelling for everyones taste, with pictures, without pictures, with drawings, without drawings. Low cost, wide readership. Could it be that this kind of fiction will bring readers to another level of fiction?

Read what Sean O’Toole has dug up from history

Lurid cover essential: Jungle Jim

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I enjoy reading about Africa. New books. Old books. By African writers. By non-African writers. Novel. History. Travel. Biographies. Autobiographies. Politics. Colonialism. Poetry.

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