I've heard a few different definitions for the term "pulp fiction." Some people say it means a story that focuses more on pure in-the-moment entertainment than anything mentally stimulating. Honestly, that sounds like 90% of books in existence, so I doubt that's an accurate description. Other people say that pulp fiction is made by its tropes. If it has a hardboiled detective with a trenchcoat and a hip flask, chances are its pulp fiction. So what's your take on it? What does (or doesn't) make a story pulp fiction?