Martin Aston: Pulp (Pan Books, 1996)
Paul Lester: Pulp - The Illustrated Story (Hamlyn Books, 1996)
Pulp have done hundreds (possibly thousands) of press interviews, and to attempt to list them here in addition to the individual citations throughout the book would be madness. The Pulp People scrapbooks (see below) and acrylicafternoons.com between them include a huge selection, but special mention should be given to John Reed's interview with Jarvis in the December 1994 edition of Record Collector which provides an excellent potted history of the band's lifetime prior to Different Class.
Again there is a huge amount of Pulp-related material on the internet, but the following are especially recommended:
FAN CLUBPulp People
PO Box 87
The band's official fan club was set up by Russell Senior and Mark Webber in 1992, and taken over by Alex Deck in 1995. Although on hiatus at the time of writing (it may return should the band ever decide to reform), it has been an indispensable source of information on Pulp's activities, publishing a run of 39 regular newsletters, plus three volumes of the Pulp Scrapbook and two issues of the band's Disco-Very magazine (in 1992 and 1995).
Anyone who wishes to contact the author of 'Truth & Beauty: the Story of Pulp' with comments, corrections or suggestions for future editions can do so via email here.