Discover33% Pulp
33% Pulp
Claim Ownership

33% Pulp

Author: 33% Pulp

Subscribed: 58Played: 1,258
Share

Description

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.
101 Episodes
Reverse
The Pulpies: Season 5

The Pulpies: Season 5

2019-09-0301:11:30

In our series finale, Daniel and Linzi remember the good (and the bad) of this season's books: Stalker From the Stars, The Chiffon Scarf, Buddies, The Penetrator: The Target is H, and Some Sort of Spell. We are joined by your votes from the People's Pulpies survey, as well as call-in votes from Amber, Courtney of The Cult of Domesticity, and Jessie of Alphabet Flight. Expect at least one more episode this year, announcing updates on Linzi's (my) new project. For now, I will keep our Twitter and Instagram feeds going in case you want to say hi (and, selfishly, because that's where I can hang with my podfriends). Words really cannot express how much you have meant to us. Instead, we tip our hats and raise our not-so-pulpy glasses to you, dear listener, for your support. -- Follow and chat with us on social media: Twitter: @33_Pulp Instagram: @33pulp Web: 33pulp.com -- Credits: Editor: Linzi Intro and Category announcements: British Voice Pro  Music: "Bomb Timer Sound Effect." Accessed August 2019. "Cinematic Opening Awards" by DOOB "Enjoy Your Life." Enjoy Your Life. Akashic Records (2012). CC-ND, CC-NC, CC-BY. Accessed August 2019. "Enter Sandman (MIDI Version)." Accessed August 2019. "Epic Awards Logo" by Alexiaction "Free Surprise Sound Effect." Accessed August 2019. "Happy Upbeat." Nilly Nell (2017). CC-ND, CC-NC, CC-BY. Accessed August 2019. "Inspiring Folk Music." BDK Sonic. "I Spy - Spy Music (Copyright Free) Instrumental FREE Background Music." Accessed August 2019. "Party Horn Sound." Mike Koenig. Accessed August 2019. "Punch." Accessed August 2019. "Swish, Swoosh, Cutscene Sound Effect." Accessed August 2019. "Time Machine Sound Effect." Accessed August 2019. "Time of My Life (MIDI version)." Accessed August 2019. "Thank You For Being a Friend (Kids' Songs) [Intermediate-Advanced Piano Tutorial" by Rhapsody Piano Studio (Youtube) "Uplifting Piano & Tropical Vibes (2018)" by TROPICALMUSIC   Sound Effects (all cc by 3.0): "Small Clap" by Kellieskitchen on freesound.org "Elevator Ding" by Corsica "Evil Laugh" by Himan "Paparazzi Cameras" David Koenig "Por Do Sol" in Bossa Chillanova by Solxis "Sad Trombone" by BenBoncan
Hi all! This is just an announcement/reminder to vote in the People's Pulpies by August 30th. To access the survey, go to 33pulp.com/listen or click this link https://forms.gle/ZRkS5DHXyux6nv1g8   (Also: the answer to the question/statement at the end is "The Get Fit Guy" Podcast on the Quick and Dirty Tips Network. Great show! :D)   Until next week! -- Support the show: Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook credit by going to audibletrial.com/pulp! We now have a store! Check it out!   -- Follow and chat with us on social media: Twitter: @33_Pulp Instagram: @33pulp Web: 33pulp.com -- Credits: Editor: Linzi Voices heard: Daniel, Amber, and Mary Jessie Cooper of Alphabet Flight, Creepy Critters, and Limited Theories Dr. Alysa Lucas of Best Forevers and Fataliteas Courtney of the Cult of Domesticity Kate of Ignorance Was Bliss Music: Soundside. "Trailer Cinematic V1." Trailer Cinematic Royalty Free Music.  
Our show reconstructs books that have been divided into thirds and assigned to three different hosts. We then recap the book in full over three episodes. In this episode, Kate tells us about a road trip to the English countryside, a quick detour to France, a quick trip to an Italian villa, and a conspiracy with long-term consequences. Also: VOTE IN THE FIRST EVER PEOPLE'S PULPIES! Using an app that's unfriendly to links? Hop, don't stop, on over to 33pulp.com/listen. The link is hanging out on top of the page. --- Check out Kate and Courtney's podcasts! Kate's all-things-dark podcast is Ignorance Was Bliss. Find it on your regular podcatcher (if it's not iTunes) and follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook! Courtney's podcast is the history and true crime show Cult of Domesticity. Find it on your regular podcatcher (if it's not iTunes) and follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook! --- From the back cover:   She didn't ask to be rescued. Beatrice's half sister had done a lot of crazy things, but inviting Elliot Chalmers to temporarily share their home while his was being renovated--that was the limit! Everyone knew that Beatrice and Elliott had never seen eye to eye over her dedication to her orphaned siblings. He'd even nicknamed her "Cinders." Well, handsome prince or no, she hadn't invited him to interfere. And although silently grateful for the added household discipline, Beatrice drew the line where Elliott seemed most intent on crossing--her personal life! -- Some relevant characters: Beatrice Bellaire: Raised her siblings after they were orphaned. Cooks, cleans, and has endemic breasts that knock over bystanders. Has been body-shamed her whole life and has the self-esteem to prove it. Salmon lack nipples because she has all of them. Elliot Chalmers: under 6'. Has GIANT hands. Celebrates his birthday on days that aren't his birthday. His nanny still packs him sandwiches. Lucilla: Beatrice and Elliot's half-sister involved with a TV producer named Horrocks. Is so terrible it's a mystery why anyone talks to her. Lucia: The one in Italy. -- Support the show: Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook credit by going to audibletrial.com/pulp! We now have a store! Check it out! -- Read More About this Season's Chosen Non-Profit: "826 National amplifies the impact of our national network of youth writing and publishing centers, and the words of young authors. We serve as an international proof point for writing as a tool for young people to ignite and channel their creativity, explore identity, advocate for themselves and their community, and achieve academic and professional success." -- Follow and chat with us on social media: Twitter: @33_Pulp Instagram: @33pulp Web: 33pulp.com -- Credits: Editor: Linzi Sound effects: Charm by Scrampunk and Success by Grunz   Ad music: Soundside. "Awards", Victory. (2019). CC-SA,NC,BY. 
Our show reconstructs books that have been divided into thirds and assigned to three different hosts. We then recap the book in full over three episodes. In this episode, Courtney tells us about an epic non-birthday dinner, reveals a nominee for the world's worst name, and introduces us to the hardest working butterflies. --- Check out Kate and Courtney's podcasts! Courtney's podcast is the history and true crime show Cult of Domesticity. Find it on your regular podcatcher (if it's not iTunes) and follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook!   Kate's all-things-dark podcast is Ignorance Was Bliss. Find it on your regular podcatcher (if it's not iTunes) and follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook! --- From the back cover:   She didn't ask to be rescued. Beatrice's half sister had done a lot of crazy things, but inviting Elliot Chalmers to temporarily share their home while his was being renovated--that was the limit! Everyone knew that Beatrice and Elliott had never seen eye to eye over her dedication to her orphaned siblings. He'd even nicknamed her "Cinders." Well, handsome prince or no, she hadn't invited him to interfere. And although silently grateful for the added household discipline, Beatrice drew the line where Elliott seemed most intent on crossing--her personal life! -- Some relevant characters: Beatrice Bellaire: aka "Cinders" and "the runt of the litter." Raised her siblings after they were orphaned. Cooks, cleans, and has endemic breasts that knock over bystanders. Has been body-shamed her whole life and has the self-esteem to prove it. Elliot Chalmers: under 6'. Has GIANT hands. Extremely presumptuous and creepy. NOT related by blood to Beatrice. Celebrates his birthday on days that aren't his birthday. Lucilla: Beatrice and Elliot's half-sister involved with a TV producer named Horrocks. Is so terrible it's a mystery why anyone talks to her. Mirry: Beatrice's sister and lingerie buyer. Mime? William: Beatrice's brother that isn't a twin. Thinks Playboy gives you pimples. Benedict and Sebastian: Beatrice's twin brothers. Largely interchangeable. -- Support the show: Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook credit by going to audibletrial.com/pulp! We now have a store! Check it out! -- Read More About this Season's Chosen Non-Profit: "826 National amplifies the impact of our national network of youth writing and publishing centers, and the words of young authors. We serve as an international proof point for writing as a tool for young people to ignite and channel their creativity, explore identity, advocate for themselves and their community, and achieve academic and professional success." -- Follow and chat with us on social media: Twitter: @33_Pulp Instagram: @33pulp Web: 33pulp.com -- Credits: Editor: Linzi Sound effects: Charm by Scrampunk and Success by Grunz   Ad music: Soundside. "Awards", Victory. (2019). CC-SA,NC,BY. 
Our show reconstructs books that have been divided into thirds and assigned to three different hosts. We then recap the book in full over three episodes. In this episode, Linzi recaps the first third of Some Sort of Spell by Frances Roding. In this episode, we meet the Bellaire family and our protagonist Beatrice. We also learn about salmon moose, what Londoners use as weapons, and the most unnerving thing one can do after you try to scratch their eyes out. --- Check out Kate and Courtney's podcasts! Courtney's podcast is the Cult of Domesticity. Find it on your regular podcatcher (if it's not iTunes) and follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook!   Kate's podcast is Ignorance Was Bliss. Find it on your regular podcatcher (if it's not iTunes) and follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook! --- From the back cover:   She didn't ask to be rescued. Beatrice's half sister had done a lot of crazy things, but inviting Elliot Chalmers to temporarily share their home while his was being renovated--that was the limit! Everyone knew that Beatrice and Elliott had never seen eye to eye over her dedication to her orphaned siblings. He'd even nicknamed her "Cinders." Well, handsome prince or no, she hadn't invited him to interfere. And although silently grateful for the added household discipline, Beatrice drew the line where Elliott seemed most intent on crossing--her personal life! -- Some relevant characters: Beatrice Bellaire: aka "Cinders" and "the runt of the litter." Raised her siblings after they were orphaned. Isn't a good driver at the best of times (is not Rain Man). Cooks, cleans, and has endemic breasts that knock over bystanders. Elliot Chalmers: under 6'. Has GIANT hands. Extremely presumptuous and creepy. NOT related by blood to Beatrice. Lucilla: Beatrice and Elliot's half-sister. Not nice. Mirry: Beatrice's sister. Mime? William: Beatrice's brother that isn't a twin. Thinks Playboy gives you pimples. Benedict and Sebastian: Beatrice's twin brothers. Largely interchangeable. -- Support the show: Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook credit by going to audibletrial.com/pulp! We now have a store! Check it out! -- Read More About this Season's Chosen Non-Profit: "826 National amplifies the impact of our national network of youth writing and publishing centers, and the words of young authors. We serve as an international proof point for writing as a tool for young people to ignite and channel their creativity, explore identity, advocate for themselves and their community, and achieve academic and professional success." -- Follow and chat with us on social media: Twitter: @33_Pulp Instagram: @33pulp Web: 33pulp.com -- Credits: Editor: Linzi
Our show reconstructs books that have been divided into thirds and assigned to three different hosts. We then recap the book in full over three episodes. In this episode, and over the course of several ambushes, we are reminded Mark Hardin can penetrate whoever he wants to. Meanwhile, Mark sends out some fancy ransom notes and readies his penetream for the final showdown. --- Check out Rob's other other podcast! This week, we discussed the podcast Limited Theories. Find Limited Theories on your regular podcatcher (if it's not iTunes) and find Rob and Jessie on Twitter! --- From the back cover: MARK HARDIN...The Penetrator. He'd learned how in Vietnam. Infiltrate the enemy's position, determine the plan of action and then strike swiftly, taking out as many key men as possible, wreaking destruction, leaving chaos in your wake. Now he was in Los Angeles, engaged in a new, far more sinister war. But he was fully prepared and totally committed, and bound by no rules but his own. He is tall and slim, reflecting his unique Indian-Welsh background. His driver's license indicates his age is twenty-eight. If he seems a bit grim, it is for good reason. He was orphaned at four, when his parents and three brothers and sisters were killed in an automobile crash. Since then he's been mistreated, brutalized by life, injured in games (football), and wounded in combat. But he's survived. Mark Hardin is tough, a survivor. And an expert. Marksmanship, karate, aikido, and even the crossbow, are part of his arsenal. He is a new breed of warrior--without uniform, without rank--dedicated to the American way of life, and pledged to fight anyone who seeks to destroy it. On either side of the law. That's why he's in Los Angeles. Just the beginning of a long and lonely series of brushfire wars. -- Some relevant characters: Mark Hardin: 28 year-old Vietnam vet going through a mid-life crisis. Has very few emotions. On a mission to kill at least 100 people by the end of the book to avenge his friend, Donna Morgan. Skills range from makeup to grenade throwing. Donna Morgan: a USC anthropologist who could tell your genetic ancestry just by looking. RIP. Professor Haskins: Owner of the Stronghold. Donna's uncle.  David Red Eagle: "Old West" medicine man, trains Mark to be stealthy. Don Pietro Scarelli: runs a mafia crime ring and takes a lot of phonecalls. Pretty angry at current events and the man behind them (the penetrator). His Lordship: A mysterious person on the other end of Don's speakerphone. Is not Bosley. Senator Martyn Corvus: On a committee against organized crime, headed to California to figure out what's going on with all this dang heroin. Officer Kelly Patterson: Not just a cop. A massively racist Irish cop.  -- Support the show: Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook credit by going to audibletrial.com/pulp! We now have a store! Check it out!   -- Follow and chat with us on social media: Twitter: @33_Pulp Instagram: @33pulp Web: 33pulp.com -- Credits: Editor: Linzi
Our show reconstructs books that have been divided into thirds and assigned to three different hosts. We then recap the book in full over three episodes. In this episode, Rob from Interrupted Tales and Parasitecology choo choo chooses to reveal where Arya's Braavosi coin ended up, introduce us to explosive car jousts, and give an insider tip on what to order at Mexican restaurants. (Just don't tell "Never on Sunday Steve.")  --- Check out Alan and Rob's podcasts! This week, we discussed the audiodrama Parasitecology. Find Parasitecology on your regular podcatcher (if it's not iTunes) and find Rob and Alan on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook!  --- From the back cover: MARK HARDIN...The Penetrator. He'd learned how in Vietnam. Infiltrate the enemy's position, determine the plan of action and then strike swiftly, taking out as many key men as possible, wreaking destruction, leaving chaos in your wake. Now he was in Los Angeles, engaged in a new, far more sinister war. But he was fully prepared and totally committed, and bound by no rules but his own. He is tall and slim, reflecting his unique Indian-Welsh background. His driver's license indicates his age is twenty-eight. If he seems a bit grim, it is for good reason. He was orphaned at four, when his parents and three brothers and sisters were killed in an automobile crash. Since then he's been mistreated, brutalized by life, injured in games (football), and wounded in combat. But he's survived. Mark Hardin is tough, a survivor. And an expert. Marksmanship, karate, aikido, and even the crossbow, are part of his arsenal. He is a new breed of warrior--without uniform, without rank--dedicated to the American way of life, and pledged to fight anyone who seeks to destroy it. On either side of the law. That's why he's in Los Angeles. Just the beginning of a long and lonely series of brushfire wars. -- Some relevant characters: Mark Hardin: 28 year-old Vietnam vet going through a mid-life crisis. Has very few emotions. On a mission to kill at least 100 people by the end of the book to avenge his friend, Donna Morgan. Skills range from makeup to grenade throwing. Donna Morgan: a USC anthropologist who could tell your genetic ancestry just by looking. RIP. Professor Haskins: Owner of the Stronghold. Donna's uncle.  David Red Eagle: "Old West" medicine man, trains Mark to be stealthy. Don Pietro Scarelli: runs a mafia crime ring and takes a lot of phonecalls. Pretty angry at current events and the man behind them (the penetrator). His Lordship: A mysterious person on the other end of Don's speakerphone. Is not Bosley. Senator Martyn Corvus: On a committee against organized crime, headed to California to figure out what's going on with all this dang heroin. Officer Kelly Patterson: Not just a cop. An Irish cop. Lumpy Louie: A henchman tricked into telling an answering machine all the mafia's current plans and movement. Dead now. Charlie "the Horse" Cavalleri: A criminal who loves ponies and heroin. Was like a son to Don Pietro but now he's dead. Sad. -- Support the show: Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook credit by going to audibletrial.com/pulp! We now have a store! Check it out! -- Read More About this Season's Chosen Non-Profit: "826 National amplifies the impact of our national network of youth writing and publishing centers, and the words of young authors. We serve as an international proof point for writing as a tool for young people to ignite and channel their creativity, explore identity, advocate for themselves and their community, and achieve academic and professional success." -- Follow and chat with us on social media: Twitter: @33_Pulp Instagram: @33pulp Web: 33pulp.com -- Credits: Editor: Linzi
Our show reconstructs books that have been divided into thirds and assigned to three different hosts. We then recap the book in full over three episodes. In this episode, Alan from Interrupted Tales and Parasitecology introduces us to a whole slew of characters but, most importantly, we've got Mark Hardin, the penetrator. We find out his hat and glove size, his ancestral DNA, and his mission to kill 100 people to avenge his friend. --- Check out Alan and Rob's podcasts! The promo this week was for Interrupted Tales. Find Interrupted Tales on your regular podcatcher (if it's not iTunes) and find Rob and Alan on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook!  --- From the back cover: MARK HARDIN...The Penetrator. He'd learned how in Vietnam. Infiltrate the enemy's position, determine the plan of action and then strike swiftly, taking out as many key men as possible, wreaking destruction, leaving chaos in your wake. Now he was in Los Angeles, engaged in a new, far more sinister war. But he was fully prepared and totally committed, and bound by no rules but his own. He is tall and slim, reflecting his unique Indian-Welsh background. His driver's license indicates his age is twenty-eight. If he seems a bit grim, it is for good reason. He was orphaned at four, when his parents and three brothers and sisters were killed in an automobile crash. Since then he's been mistreated, brutalized by life, injured in games (football), and wounded in combat. But he's survived. Mark Hardin is tough, a survivor. And an expert. Marksmanship, karate, aikido, and even the crossbow, are part of his arsenal. He is a new breed of warrior--without uniform, without rank--dedicated to the American way of life, and pledged to fight anyone who seeks to destroy it. On either side of the law. That's why he's in Los Angeles. Just the beginning of a long and lonely series of brushfire wars. -- Some relevant characters: Mark Hardin: 28 year-old Vietnam vet going through a mid-life crisis. Has very few emotions. Donna Morgan: a USC anthropologist who can tell your genetic ancestry just by looking. Professor Haskins: Owner of the Stronghold. Donna's uncle. David Red Eagle: "Old West" medicine man, trains Mark to be stealthy. Don Pietro Scarelli: runs a mafia crime ring and takes a lot of phonecalls. His Lordship: A mysterious person on the other end of Don's speakerphone. Is not Bosley. Lumpy Louie: A henchman tricked into telling an answering machine all the mafia's current plans and movement. Charlie "the Horse" Cavalleri: A criminal who loves ponies and heroin. -- Support the show: Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook credit by going to audibletrial.com/pulp! We now have a store! Check it out! -- Read More About this Season's Chosen Non-Profit: "826 National amplifies the impact of our national network of youth writing and publishing centers, and the words of young authors. We serve as an international proof point for writing as a tool for young people to ignite and channel their creativity, explore identity, advocate for themselves and their community, and achieve academic and professional success." -- Follow and chat with us on social media: Twitter: @33_Pulp Instagram: @33pulp Web: 33pulp.com -- Credits: Editor: Linzi   Interrupted Bossa Nova: Simon Mathewson. "Bossa Nova," Some Silly Songs. 2018.
Linzi's third picks up RIGHT where Alysa's ended! After that, there's mail day, a bit of Camper's Cuisine, and a pensive bus ride home. Ugly and unfunny Wanda comes back but, you know, those are things that make her...reliable? Check out Alysa's podcasts! Check out Best Forevers: A Podcast for Kindred Spirits apple podcasts, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook Check out Fataliteas on apple podcasts, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook --- From the back cover:   Me and My Shadow All my life I've been known as "Dinah Feeney--The Kind One." You know, the type of person who can never say no to anything: the neighborhood hand-me-downs, my old dog Rollo, or the dumb poodle hat my Aunt Maude knit for me. Let's face it, I'm a sucker. So when my parents said I could go to Camp Miniwawa for two weeks, I decided it was time to say good-bye to the old, nice, and boring me and become a member of the "in crowd" for the first time in my life.   At first, camp was great. Two of the most popular girls became my friends. But then Fern Wadley happened. The grossest person I had ever met decided I was going to be her best buddy. How could I possibly be friendly with someone who picked her teeth, walked around with lettuce stuck to her face, and wouldn't leave me alone f or a second?   I didn't want to hurt her feelings, but I had to get rid of Fern! My vacation, my new friends, and "Dinah Feeney--The Popular One," were all at stake. -- Some relevant characters: Dinah Feeney: The kind one? Pushed her own self-respect off the boat last episode. EXCELLENT on leafy brush. Fern Wadley: Weird and disliked, but not a snitch! Has a beaver and a secret letter. Marilyn Powers: Generally over everything. Is as goth as a 13 year-old girl at a summer camp in 1985 can get. Funnier than Wanda. Cass Barnhill: Normally too cool to scream and yell but will, especially if pushed. Prettier than Wanda. Crystal Ball: The fifth occupant of the girls' cabin at Camp Miniwawa. Wanda: Dinah's friend from home. Looks like Howard Casell (unfortunately).  -- Support the show: Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook credit by going to audibletrial.com/pulp! We now have a store! Check it out! -- Follow and chat with us on social media: Twitter: @33_Pulp Instagram: @33pulp Web: 33pulp.com -- Credits: Editor: Linzi Sound effects: Charm by Scrampunk and Success by Grunz
Alysa Lucas of Best Forevers and Fataliteas rejoins us for a whole book! In this episode, she recaps the second third of Barbara Park's Buddies. A lot of things happen in this episode: we realize the teens are actually sociopath CEOs, we meet the Heath Ledger of beavers, Alysa sings the Cannibal Cooking Pot song, and someone takes a swim. Check out Alysa's podcasts! Check out Best Forevers: A Podcast for Kindred Spirits apple podcasts, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook Check out Fataliteas on apple podcasts, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook --- From the back cover:   Me and My Shadow All my life I've been known as "Dinah Feeney--The Kind One." You know, the type of person who can never say no to anything: the neighborhood hand-me-downs, my old dog Rollo, or the dumb poodle hat my Aunt Maude knit for me. Let's face it, I'm a sucker. So when my parents said I could go to Camp Miniwawa for two weeks, I decided it was time to say good-bye to the old, nice, and boring me and become a member of the "in crowd" for the first time in my life.   At first, camp was great. Two of the most popular girls became my friends. But then Fern Wadley happened. The grossest person I had ever met decided I was going to be her best buddy. How could I possibly be friendly with someone who picked her teeth, walked around with lettuce stuck to her face, and wouldn't leave me alone f or a second?   I didn't want to hurt her feelings, but I had to get rid of Fern! My vacation, my new friends, and "Dinah Feeney--The Popular One," were all at stake. -- Some relevant characters: Dinah Feeney: The kind one? Desperately trying to dump Fern from the group. Fern Wadley: fərn. Proper Noun. 1) More boring than someone's uncle's mole. 2) A dullard. 3) the Cream of Wheat of people. 4) A celebrity?  Marilyn Powers: She's come to the camp 6 years now and knows all the ins, outs, and lame counselor tricks. Generally over everything. Is as goth as a 13 year-old girl at a summer camp in 1985 can get. Brings an assortment of fur to camp. Cass Barnhill: Normally too cool to scream and yell but will, especially if pushed. Crystal Ball: The fifth occupant of the girls' cabin at Camp Miniwawa. Missing during this entire third. (Probably tying up other campers to trees and leaving them for dead.) Wanda: Dinah's friend from home. Looks like Howard Casell (unfortunately).  -- Support the show: Thanks to our sponsor, Audible, for giving our listeners a free audiobook credit by going to audibletrial.com/pulp! We now have a store! Check it out! -- Follow and chat with us on social media: Twitter: @33_Pulp Instagram: @33pulp Web: 33pulp.com -- Credits: Editor: Linzi Sound effects: Charm by Scrampunk and Success by Grunz   Ad music: The JR Sound Design. "80s Revival," 2017, CC.
loading
Comments 
loading
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store