Women on pulp covers

First a creepy one by Ramon Naylor. From the showgirl outfit, I assumed it was Earle Bergey’s work.The woman in the Brunhilde breast plates here is definitely Bergey. “Moon That Vanished” is a terrific story by the way.Howard Browne gives us a woman showing off her nicely turned ankle.And a Richard Powers paperback cover with what might be a woman at center. Hard to tell with Powers’ singular style.#SFWApro. All rights to images remain with current holders.

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