Is Pulp Fiction Writing Recession Proof?

Let's put it this way, during the 1930's Great Depression, many pulp writers got rich off of writing escapist stories and novels at pulp speed. No matter how broke a person was, they always seemed to come up with the few pennies it cost for a new edition of a pulp magazine. It's a form of cheap entertainment after all. Today, we have inexpensive eBooks to offer the out-of-work and the desperate person who wishes to escape the misery of this economic downturn.

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