J/7 Pulp Fiction Cover Art Series!
No. 9, "Rebel Woman"
by Tenderware

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After letting my graphics tablet gather dust for so long, I recently found a couple of new sources for pulp fiction cover art and got inspired anew to create more J/7 "uber" pulp covers. The base image for this one is from Susan Stryker's Lesbian Pulp Address Book, available from Amazon.com. Stryker doesn't list the cover artist, and I couldn't find the information online. But according to Stryker's blurb on the book , the story is set in Castro's Cuba shortly after the revolution where an unwitting American named Jim Patterson is captured by an armed brigade of female revolutionaries led by one Captain Morales, who harbors an unnatural affection for her Lieutenant Dolores. What a surprise that in the cultural imaginary of a 1960's pulp writer, these lesbians are also communists! (Guess nobody told Whittington that communists aren't too keen on queers.) Needless to say, I just couldn't resist putting Janeway in the rebel woman guise with an adoring Seven as her lieutenant.
 


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This page is from the Delta Quadrant of Venus website. The site was originally hosted on AOL's hometown pages, which AOL shut down on October 31, 2008. The DQV site was resurrected and moved to this new home on November 30, 2008 because fans asked to have it back. Thank you for your continued interest in my stories. I'm truly touched. --T'ware

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Originally posted April 20, 2002.