(1) A Genre and a Format
The pulps were magazines printed on cheap wood-pulp paper which dominated SF publishing from its beginnings through the 40s, largely dying out over the 50s. The format was characterized by unsophisticated and usually formulaic adventure stories. Nonetheless, modern SF grew from those pulp beginnings.
For more, see http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/pulp
(2) A Fanzine by Robert Weinberg
(3) A Multi-editor Fanzine
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