1) Popular fiction produced in the 1950s and published in inexpensive periodicals nicknamed "pulps" for the inferior quality of paper they used, compared the "slicks" (e.g., Life or Time magazine.) Most frequently used to describe detective, western, or science fiction writin of the period. 2) Title of a 1994 film by Quentin Tarantino.
Ray Bradbury and Louis L'Amour are two well known American authors who began their literary careers as writers of pulp fiction.
Things in orange juice that are really not supposed to be there. Usually seamen. Often mistaken for pulp.
WTF? This aint pulp, this is pulp-fiction. (vomits back in orange juice to contribute to the shit that already is in the container)