Orange Pulp: The Pulp Magazine and Contemporary Culture
January 25 – March , 2011
Orange Pulp: The Pulp Magazine and Contemporary Culture was an exhibition rare in its scope, exploring the world of pulp culture through 61 works that include correspondence, manuscript drafts, paintings, and magazines. The exhibition drew from the collections of Syracuse University Library’s Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) and the SUArt Galleries.
Orange Pulp included many highlights such as “The Vengeance of Nitocris”, the first work fiction writer Tennessee Williams ever had published; magazines containing the first appearances of iconic characters Buck Rogers and Conan the Barbarian; and ten paintings by the prolific artist Norman Saunders.