Issue 22, Spring 2019 (digital)

View mortality and morality through a different set of eyes with a classic SF story from Robert Silverberg and a brand-new one from Leo X Robertson; take a timeless bus ride with JTF King; visit 1930s Hollywood with Mel Anastasiou; experience dizzy heights in a comic collaboration from Matthew Nielson and Minna Hakkola; spin in a dangerous dance with Susan Pieters and Cheryl Wolner; hear the danger and magic in music with Kathryn Yelinek and JM Landels; and find gods, devils, and angels in poetry from Heather Christle, David Ly, and Mary Willis, all under the tantalizing cover Purple Siren by Herman Lau.

Issue 22, Spring 2019 (print)

View mortality and morality through a different set of eyes with a classic SF story from Robert Silverberg and a brand-new one from Leo X Robertson; take a timeless bus ride with JTF King; visit 1930s Hollywood with Mel Anastasiou; experience dizzy heights in a comic collaboration from Matthew Nielson and Minna Hakkola; spin in a dangerous dance with Susan Pieters and Cheryl Wolner; hear the danger and magic in music with Kathryn Yelinek and JM Landels; and find gods, devils, and angels in poetry from Heather Christle, David Ly, and Mary Willis, all under the tantalizing cover Purple Siren by Herman Lau.

Issue 22, Spring 2019

Order your copy here Heed the tantalizing call of cover artist Herman Lau‘s Purple Siren and dive into this issue, where Science Fiction Grand Master Robert Silverberg births a new religion from a social experiment gone wrong in ‘The Pope of the Chimps’. A father’s grief leads to a son’s identity crisis in ‘Snapshots’, by … Continue reading Issue 22, Spring 2019

Issue 25 Feature Author: A.M. Dellamonica

The feature author for our winter issue is A.M. Dellamonica.  Their first novel, Indigo Springs, won the Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic. Their fourth won the 2016 Prix Aurora for Best Novel. They have published over forty short stories on Tor.com and elsewhere. Alyx teaches writing at two universities and is pursuing … Continue reading Issue 25 Feature Author: A.M. Dellamonica

Pulp Literature Advent Calendar ~ 22 December

With twenty-four fabulous back issues, one to mark each day of Advent, we hope to share with you the joy and magic of the season. When you purchase an issue on its corresponding day on our Advent Calendar, not only will you be collecting great literature, but you will also receive a special gift. Today … Continue reading Pulp Literature Advent Calendar ~ 22 December

2019 Year of Authors: 22 – 26 July

It’s another week dominated by the poets! Week 28 of Pulp Literature’s Year of Authors starts out strong with two Magpie Poetry Contest winners, stays steady in the middle with two poets from across the pond, and finishes with the odd woman out — though something tells us that Pat revels in being the outlier. … Continue reading 2019 Year of Authors: 22 – 26 July

2019 Year of Authors: 22 – 26 April

It’s not every year you get to celebrate publishing 20 issues of genre-busting literature. We want our readers to reap the rewards, and our contributors to shine in the spotlight, so every week we are offering up a selection of deeply discounted past issues, based on one of the authors, poets, or artists whose work … Continue reading 2019 Year of Authors: 22 – 26 April

2019 Year of Authors: 18 – 22 Mar

We’re in week 11 of our 2019 Year of Authors! Now that you’ve had some time to get adjusted to daylight savings, why not take advantage of the increased daylight hours with some good stories from your favourite authors?  Here’s our line-up for the eleventh week … 18th – 22nd March 2019 Monday: Emily Osborne, Issue … Continue reading 2019 Year of Authors: 18 – 22 Mar

Issue 21, Winter 2019

Order your copy here Under the exquisite cover Frost and Snow by Melissa Mary Duncan … Our featured author, the esteemed Evelyn Lau, offers three poems riddled with grief and stolen moments. Spencer Stevens takes a break from the front lines in the final Seven Swans instalment, ‘The Mystery of the Forgotten Soldier’, by Mel … Continue reading Issue 21, Winter 2019