electronic keyboard

by Jessica Westhead

Pulpy Lembeck, whose moniker is the result of a long-standing college joke related to his prodigious orange juice consumption, is the unassertive protagonist of Jessica Westhead’s comedic debut novel, Pulpy and Midge. Pulpy lives in an apartment with his wife Midge, a candle-party hostess, where they enjoy the intimate habits of a couple with no children. The highlight of their week is their attendance at “Couples Ice Dance Expression,” while a fun evening at home consists of playing pre-recorded music on their electronic keyboard to the flicker of a fireplace video. Read more…