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Awards Nomination Season: the 2019 Round Up

What a pleasure to nominate our amazing authors for this year’s awards.  As a multi-genre publisher, we try to nominate our authors for as many as we can to help their careers along.  For fan-based awards we rely on you, our fans who are members of organizations like the CFFSA and SFWA, and attendees of World Con, World Fantasy, and other conventions to nominate your favourites.  To help you sort out eligibility, here’s a list of everything we’ve published this year, with the exception of reprints and novel excerpts, sorted by genre.  Stories that overlap genres may be listed more than once.

If you are interested in receiving complimentary review copies of any of these works, please fill out the form at the bottom of the page, and don’t forget to put us down for consideration in your respective circles!

2019 Publications

Asterisks * indicate Canadian authors.  Contest winners are identifed following the title.  For lists of specific author identities, such as women writers, writers of colour, or self-identified LGBTQIA writers please email us at info (at) pulpliterature.com.

Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Horror

Novels

Advent by Michael Kamakana
When the aliens came, everything we thought we knew was wrong.  This is the motif that runs through Michael Kamakana’s refreshingly different take on alien invasion.  It’s not War of the Worlds or even Childhood’s End.  It’s a far more subtle and quiet takeover, which unfolds in the periphery of everyday lives.  The rolling language repeats like waves on a shore, carrying the reader deeper and deeper, until we too, feel like we have been colonized.

What the Wind Brings by Matthew Hughes
Out of the fires of Caribbean revolution, shipwrecked onto the shores and jungles of Ecuador, a slave, a captive, and a shaman fight Inquisition-era Spain for freedom. In times like these, when power spends blood like pennies, what chance do these disparate underdogs have to create an independent nation? A sweeping slipstream historical epic from Matthew Hughes.

Novellas & Novelettes

Pulp Literature Issue 21, Winter 2019
‘The Seven Swans: The Mystery of the Forgotten Soldier’ by Mel Anastasiou*

Short Stories

Pulp Literature Issue 21, Winter 2019
‘The Fishmonger’s Wife,’ by Michael Bracken
‘A Seed in Every Womb’ by Emily Lonie*
‘Rules of Salvage: by Margot Spronk*
‘A Pleasant Walk, a Pleasant Talk’ by Graham J Darling*
‘The Golden Feather’ by Jenny Blackford
‘Stonecold’ by Leslie Wibberley*
‘Day Three’ by Robert Runté * (Hummingbird Prize Runner-up)
Pulp Literature
 Issue 22, Spring 2019
‘The Nix’s Wife’ by Kathryn Yelinek
‘Spin Doctor’ by Susan Pieters*
‘Snapshots’ by Leo X Robertson
‘Late Night Fun Facts on the No. 65’ by JTF King
Pulp Literature Issue 23, Summer 2019
‘Wolf, Dog, Sun,’ by Christian Walter
‘The Thieving Pot’ by Lena Mahmoud
‘On the Sixth Day’ by Deborah L Davitt
‘Black Market’ by Susan Pieters*
‘Biophilia’ by Margot Spronk*
Pulp Literature Issue 24. Autumn 2019
‘The Man in the Long Black Coat: Bekker’ by JJ Lee*
‘Black Glass’ by Adam Fout
‘Cabin Fever’ by KT Wagner*
‘Yellow Paint’ by FJ Bergmann

Graphic Arts Short Stories

Pulp Literature Issue 21, Winter 2019
‘Under Pale Flesh’ by Kris Sayer*
Pulp Literature Issue 22, Spring 2019
‘The Endless Drop’ by Minna Hakkola & Matthew Nielsen*

Mystery & Crime

Novels

The Labours of Mrs Stella Ryman: Further Fairmount Manor Mysteries by Mel Anastasiou
When the machineries of institution fail to protect Fairmount Manor, octogenarian amateur sleuth Mrs Stella Ryman rolls up her fleece jacket sleeves to ferret out  a thief, investigate a gun-toting resident, set right a mishandled investigation of a man’s death, pursue spectres and footpads walking at midnight, and discover Thelma Hu’s long-lost fortune.  No good deed goes unpunished, though, and Stella will face struggles, mysteries, and sacrifices that hit her where she lives.

Novellas & Novelettes

Pulp Literature Issue 21, Winter 2019
‘The Seven Swans: The Mystery of the Forgotten Soldier’ by Mel Anastasiou*
Pulp Literature Issue 22, Spring 2019
‘The Extra’ by Mel Anastasiou*
Pulp Literature Issue 23, Summer 2019
‘Stella Ryman and the Locked Room Mystery’ by Mel Anastasiou*
Pulp Literature Issue 24, Autumn 2019
‘The Extra: Frankie Ray Goes to Hollywood’ by Mel Anastasiou*

Short Stories

Pulp Literature Issue 21, Winter 2019
‘The Fishmonger’s Wife,’ by Michael Bracken
‘The Golden Feather’ by Jenny Blackford
‘Stonecold’ by Leslie Wibberley*
Pulp Literature Issue 22, Spring 2019
‘The Nix’s Wife’ by Kathryn Yelinek
Pulp Literature Issue 23, Summer 2019
‘Good for Grapes’ by Kelly Robson*
Pulp Literature Issue 24, Autumn 2019
‘Cabin Fever’ by KT Wagner
‘Red Tiger’ by Chuck Lim

Contemporary, Literary, and Historical

Novels

What the Wind Brings by Matthew Hughes

Novellas & Novelettes

Pulp Literature Issue 21, Winter 2019
‘The Seven Swans: The Mystery of the Forgotten Soldier’ by Mel Anastasiou*
Pulp Literature Issue 22, Spring 2019
‘The Extra’ by Mel Anastasiou*
Pulp Literature Issue 24, Autumn 2019
‘The Shepherdess’ by JM Landels*
‘The Extra: Frankie Ray Goes to Hollywood’ by Mel Anastasiou*

Short Stories

Pulp Literature Issue 21, Winter 2019
‘Echo/Narcissus’ by Joelle Kidd*
‘Madame Sylvie’s Three Rules on Speaking for the Dead’ by Susan Pieters*
‘The Angler’ by Nicholas Christian (Hummingbird Prize Winner)
‘Day Three’ by Robert Runté * (Hummingbird Prize Runner-up)
Pulp Literature Issue 22, Spring 2019
‘Late Night Fun Facts on the No. 65’ by JTF King
‘Spin Doctor’ by Susan Pieters*
‘Girls who Dance in the Flames’ by Cheryl Wolner (Raven Short Story Contest Winner)
Pulp Literature Issue 23, Summer 2019
‘Wolf, Dog, Sun,’ by Christian Walter
‘Black Market’ by Susan Pieters*
‘White Rabbit’ by Deepthi Atukorala*
‘Wife Giver’ by Josephine Greenland (Hummingbird Prize Winner)
‘The Inherited Love of Unexplainable Things’ by Zoë Johnson*
Pulp Literature Issue 24, Autumn 2019
‘Cabin Fever’ by KT Wagner*
‘The Bumblebee’s Daughter’ by Robin Malcolm
‘The Map According to Me’ by Susan Pieters*
‘Red Tiger’ by Chuck Lim

Graphic Arts Short Stories

Pulp Literature Issue 23, Summer 2019
‘Wall Street at Night’ by Lola Ridge and Chaille Stovall

Poetry

Pulp Literature Issue 21, Winter 2019
‘Gone,’ ‘Forest Edge,’ ‘Once Upon a Time’ by Evelyn Lau*
Pulp Literature Issue 22, Spring 2019
‘Cry’ by David Ly*
‘Tantrum’ by Heather Christle
‘Snowshoeing’ by Mary Willis
Pulp Literature Issue 23, Summer 2019
‘An Examination of a Freckle’ by Casey Reiland
‘Asturias’ by Alison Braid
‘Waltz for My Brother’ by Raluca Balasa
Pulp Literature Issue 24, Autumn 2019
‘A Short History of Space Travel’ by Susan Haldane (Magpie Award Winner)
‘Whiskey Breath’ by Jack Waldheim (Magpie AwardFirst Runner-Up)
‘The Last of the Iron Lungs’ by Roxanna Bennett (Magpie Award Second Runner-Up)

Artwork

Cover Art

Pulp Literature Issue 21, Winter 2019
Frost and Snow by Melissa Mary Duncan*
Pulp Literature Issue 22, Spring 2019
Purple Siren, by Herman Lau*
Pulp Literature Issue 23, Summer 2019
Greetings, by Akem*
Pulp Literature Issue 24, Autumn 2019
Vimy, by Steve R Gagnon*

Illustrations

Body of work, Mel Anastasiou*: Pulp Literature Issues 21-24

Astounding (formerly John W Campbell) Award for New Writer

Michael Kamakana for Advent.

Awards Nomination Season: the 2018 Round Up

We love awards! As a multi-genre publisher, we try to nominate our authors for as many awards as we can to help their careers along. For fan-based awards we rely on you, our fans who are members of organizations like the CFFSA and SFWA, to nominate your favourites.  To help you sort out eligibility, here’s a list of everything we’ve published this year, with the exception of reprints and novel exerpts, sorted by genre.  Stories that overlap genres may be listed more than once.

If you are interested in receiving complimentary review copies of any of these works, please fill out the form at the bottom of the page, and don’t forget to put us down for consideration in your respective circles!

2018 Publications

Asterisks * indicate Canadian authors.  Contest winners are identifed following the title.  For lists of specific author identities, such as women writers, writers of colour, or self-identified LGBTQIA writers please email us at info (at) pulpliterature.com.

Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Horror

Novellas & Novelettes
Pulp Literature Issue 17, Winter 2018
‘The Bridgewater Canal Mystery’ by Mel Anastasiou *
‘We Come Back Different Pt. 1’ by AJ Odasso
Pulp Literature Issue 18, Spring 2018
‘We Come Back Different Pt. 2’ by AJ Odasso
Pulp Literature Issue 19, Summer 2018
‘The Machineries of Progress’ by Mel Anastasiou *
Pulp Literature Issue 20, Autumn 2018
Flavour of the Forsaken’ by Kristene Perron*

Short Stories 
Pulp Literature Issue 17, Winter 2018
‘Desdemone’ by JJ Lee*
‘Embers’ by Misha Handman*
‘For the Love of Grey’ by Anat Rabkin*
Pulp Literature Issue 18, Spring 2018
‘The Commute’ by Sophie Panzer*
‘Meggie’ (Raven Contest Runner-up) – by Kerry Craven*
Pulp Literature Issue 19, Summer 2018
‘My Brother Paulie: A Domestic Space Odyssey’ by Alex Reece Abbott
‘The Slade Transmutation’ by Richard J O’Brien
‘Ordinary’ by Sylvia Stopforth*
‘Guardian’ by Susan Pieters*
‘Five Minutes’ by Jasmin Nyack*
Pulp Literature Issue 20, Autumn 2018
‘Away Game’ by Mitchell Toews*
‘Small Town Superhero’ by Dave Beynon*
‘Every Town Has One’ by Epiphany Ferrell
‘Waking Up Black’ by Susan Pieters *
‘Indebted’ by Summer Jewel Keown
‘The Hub’ (SiWC Contest Runner-up) –  by Erin Evans*

Graphic Arts Short Stories
Pulp Literature Issue 17, Winter 2018
‘Afloat’ by Gabriel Craven and Mikayla Fawcett*
Pulp Literature Issue 18, Spring 2018
‘Bone Dry’ by Roy Gray and Ben Baldwin
Pulp Literature Issue 19, Summer 2018
‘Blue Skies Over Nine Isles’ by Joseph Stilwell & Hugh Henderson*
Pulp Literature Issue 20, Autumn 2018
‘Meat’ by Mel Anastasiou*

Mystery

Novellas & Novelettes
Pulp Literature Issue 17, Winter 2018
‘The Bridgewater Canal Mystery’ by Mel Anastasiou *
Pulp Literature Issue 18, Spring 2018
‘Stella Ryman and the Mystery of the Mah-Jongg Box’ by Mel Anastasiou *
Pulp Literature Issue 19, Summer 2018
‘The Machineries of Progress’ by Mel Anastasiou *

Contemporary, Literary, and Historical

Short Stories
Pulp Literature Issue 17, Winter 2018
‘One Safe Place’, by Erin Slaughter
‘Lineman’ by Susan Pieters*
‘Theft of Confidence’ by Soramimi Hanarejima
‘Just Down the Hall’ (Hummingbird Prize) – by Jeanette Topar
‘The Bruised Peach’ (Hummingbird Prize Runner-up) – by William Kaufmann
Pulp Literature Issue 18, Spring 2018
‘Bug in my Ear’ by Susan Pieters*
‘The Tape’ (Raven Contest Winner) – Elaine McDivitt*
‘MVP’ (SiWC Contest Winner) – by Michelle Barker*
Pulp Literature Issue 19, Summer 2018
‘The Potato Bug War’ by Charity Tahmaseb*
‘Towing the Mustang’ (SiWC Contest Runner-up) –  by Keltie Zubko*
‘Lullaby, Valentine, Paper Crane’ (Bumblebee Contest Winner) by RS Wynn
Pulp Literature Issue 20, Autumn 2018
‘Gross Motor’ by Sara Mang*
‘Alphabet Soup’ by Alex Reece Abbott

Poetry

Pulp Literature Issue 17, Winter 2018
‘Devonian’ by Emily Osborne *
‘Tattoo’ by John Davies
‘You don’t know your life anyway’ by Kelli Allen
‘Sea Changes’ by Matilda Berke
Pulp Literature Issue 18, Spring 2018
‘Colour Blind Son’ by Susan Alexander*
‘On a Dark Lake’s Edge’ by Angela Rebrec*
Pulp Literature Issue 19, Summer 2018
‘First Date’ by Maria Pascualy
‘He Had This Thing’ by James Norcliffe
Pulp Literature Issue 20, Autumn 2018
‘Leather wraps both our shoulders, and I will call you my lungs, my falconer, guidepost’ (Magpie Award Winner) – by Kelli Allen
‘All I Need Is A Chair, My Red Piano, And’ (Magpie Award Runner-up) – by Christine Leviczky Riek*
‘My desk’ (Magpie Award Runner-up) – by Angela Caravan*

Artwork

Cover Art
Pulp Literature Issue 17, Winter 2018
Patron Saint of the Inevitable Death of the Universe,
by Britt-Lise Newstead*
Pulp Literature Issue 18, Spring 2018
Windseeker,
by Akem*
Pulp Literature Issue 19, Summer 2018
After the Tsunami,
by Tais Teng
Pulp Literature Issue 20, Autumn 2018
Jinn  by Ben Baldwin

Illustrations
Pulp Literature Issue 20, Autumn 2018
Illustration for ‘Away Game’ by John Henry Friesen*

Body of work, Mel Anastasiou: Pulp Literature Issues 17 – 20

Body of work, JM Landels: Illustrations for Allaigna’s Song: Aria in Pulp Literature Issue 17, Winter 2018

John W. Campbell Award for New Writer (2017-2018)

JM Landels for Allaigna’s Song: Overture (2017) and Allaigna’s Song: Aria (Serialized in Pulp Literature 2017 – 2018)

Stella is a Leacock Medal Contender

Things that bring us joy:

  • Great books
  • Good beer
  • One of our authors being longlisted!

Mel Anastasiou has been longlisted for the
71st Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour!

Stella Ryman and the Fairmount Manor Mysteries is one of ten books out of seventy that are under consideration for this prestigious award. The shortlist will be announced May 2nd, followed on June 9th by the announcement of the winner.

More information on the longlisted authors, as well as the history of the Medal, membership, and all the previous winners, is available on the Leacock Associates’ website at leacock.ca.

Stella Ryman’s sleuthing adventures were first serialized in Pulp Literature Issues 1, 3, 5, and 7, and were complied into our first novel publication in 2017.  We’re incredibly proud of this book and delighted it is being recognized by such an esteemed jury.  Please join us in congratulating Mel, and be sure to check out Stella Ryman and the Fairmount Manor Mysteries.

Already read the novel and want more Stella Ryman?  Check out Pulp Literature Issue 18, Spring 2018, containing a preview of Mel’s second Stella novel, Stella Ryman and the Mystery of the Mah-Jongg Box.

 

 

 

Author News: Greg Brown

Pushcart Prize 2018 CoverAt Pulp Literature, we know our writers are talented, and we want the rest of the world to know too! That’s why every year we nominate six of the authors whose pieces have especially inspired us for the prestigious Pushcart Prize. Touted as “the best of small presses”, Pushcart awards honour those writers who excel at their craft. This year we are pleased to announce Pulp Literature author, Greg Brown, has been nominated by Pushcart judges for his short story, ‘Love’ (Issue 16).

Greg Brown is a graduate of the MFA program in Creative Writing at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. He is a recipient of UBC’s Roy Daniels Memorial Essay Prize, and you can find his stories, criticism, and essays in Postscript, Paragon, The
RS500, Lenses: Perspectives on Literature, and Tate Street. His surreal short story ‘Bear’ appeared in Pulp Literature Issue 14.

We will find out if Greg’s story makes the final cut in May. Until then, we’ll give you a taste of the story that has Pushcart judges sitting up in their seats…

 

‘Love’
Greg Brown

We agreed as a family that the only thing to do was to bring Mom home for the next few months or weeks, whatever it would be. It’ll be hard, Dad said. But maybe it can be fine, too. Denisa was suspicious about the cost of it all — like the private nurse we’d have to pay for, where at the hospital it was free — although she didn’t put it like that, said that we’d be crazy to bring Mom into a place where there wasn’t any immediate care, because what if there was a problem like before, the thing with her stent that plugged up and caused some internal bleeding that almost wasn’t staunched in time?

She could’ve, Denisa said.

The oncologist had said October, and the late pale fog had come and now the
sky was mostly dimmed and gone by suppertime.

I said that I would only do it if we agreed that Pastor Karen would not come to
the house; I was not comfortable with Pastor Karen coming to the house. Jon and Dad looked at me a moment and said, Okay.

Denisa said, I don’t get what you don’t like about Pastor Karen.

And I explained why I didn’t like Pastor Karen.

And Denisa said, Well I don’t think it’s really fair to call her a liar.

And I explained why I thought it was fair to call Pastor Karen a liar.

And Denisa said, Well, by that standard they’re all liars. And then we’d all be
liars, too. The whole thing would be a lie. We don’t need lies right now.

I agreed with Denisa, especially about how we didn’t need lies right now.

Read the rest of ‘Love’ in Pulp Literature Issue 16. And check out Greg Brown’s ‘Bear’ in Issue 14, currently on sale!

 

 

 

Awards Nomination Season: the 2017 Round Up

We love awards! As a multi-genre publisher we try to nominate our authors for as many awards as we can to help their careers along. For fan-based awards we rely on you, our fans who are members of organizations like the CFFSA and SFWA to nominate your favourites.  To help you sort out eligibility here’s a list of everything we’ve published this year, with the exception of reprints and novel exerpts, sorted by genre.  Stories that overlap genres may be listed more than once.

If you are interested in receiving complimentary review copies of any of these works please fill out the form at the bottom of the page, and don’t forget to put us down for consideration in your respective circles!

2017 Publications

Asterisks * indicate Canadian authors.  Contest winners are identifed following the title.  For lists of specific author identities, such as women writers, writers of colour, or self-identified LGBTQIA writers please email us at info (at) pulpliterature.com.

Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Horror

Debut Fantasy Novel
Allaigna’s Song: Overture by JM Landels *

Novellas & Novelettes
Pulp Literature Issue 13, Winter 2017
‘The Case of the Cavalier’s Rapier’ by Mel Anastasiou *
Pulp Literature Issue 15, Summer 2017
‘The Highwayman’s Deception’ by Mel Anastasiou *

Short Stories
Pulp Literature Issue 13, Winter 2017
‘The Green Thread and the Blue’ by Carolyn Oliver
‘Mermail’ by Eric Del Carlo
‘How to Lose a Week’ by FJ Bergmann
‘Xuefei & His Heart’ (Hummingbird Prize Winner) by Rebecca Wurz
‘Better Watch Out’ by Anna Belkine
Pulp Literature Issue 14, Spring 2017
‘Jonathan S Primrose Gets Eaten by a Bear’ by William Charles Brock
‘The Handler’ (Raven Contest Winner) by Pat Flewwelling*
Pulp Literature Issue 15, Summer 2017
‘Gret’ by Brenda Carre *
‘Pack Up Your Troubles’ by AM Soto
‘A Knight at the Royal Arms’ by Charity Tahmaseb
‘Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang’ (Bumblebee Contest Runner-up) by Jay Allisan *
Pulp Literature Issue 16, Autumn 2017
‘The River’ by KC Dyer *
‘Clearing Out Nests’ by Brandon Crilly *
‘The Olde Town Haunt’ by Patrick Bollivar *
‘Think Tank’ by Susan Pieters *
‘The Wind of a Train’ by Erin Kirsh *
‘For Your Convenience’ by FJ Bergmann

Graphic Arts Short Stories
Pulp Literature Issue 14, Spring 2017
‘Blue Skies Over Nine Isles’ by Joseph Stilwell & Hugh Henderson *
Pulp Literature Issue 15, Summer 2017
‘Gruff’ by Kris Sayer *
Pulp Literature Issue 16, Autumn 2017
‘The Vanishing Dot’ by Rina Piccolo *

Mystery

Debut Mystery Novel
Stella Ryman and the Fairmount Manor Mysteries by Mel Anastasiou *

Novellas & Novelettes
Pulp Literature Issue 13, Winter 2017
‘The Case of the Cavalier’s Rapier’ by Mel Anastasiou *
Pulp Literature Issue 14, Spring 2017 
‘Stella Ryman and the Case of the Fallen Crusader’ by Mel Anastasiou *
Pulp Literature Issue 15, Summer 2017
‘The Highwayman’s Deception’ by Mel Anastasiou *
Pulp Literature Issue 16, Autumn 2017
‘Stella Ryman and the Ghost at the End of the Bed’ by Mel Anastasiou *

Contemporary, Literary, and Historical

Short Stories
Pulp Literature Issue 13, Winter 2017
‘Piano Music’ – by Susan Pieters *
‘Painted Nails’ (Hummingbird Prize Runner-up) – by Jenna Park
Pulp Literature Issue 14, Spring 2017
‘The Ankle Bracelet’ by CC Humphreys *
‘Bear’ by Greg Brown *
‘Candy-Apple Baby’ by Colin Thornton *
‘Robin Hood’ – by Susan Pieters *
‘Forget Me Not’ (SiWC Contest Winner) by Claire Gregory
Pulp Literature Issue 15, Summer 2017
‘Cannery Row’ by Susan Pieters *
‘The Pool Guy’ by Adam Golub
‘Crushed Velvet’ (Bumblebee Contest Winner) by Ingrid Jendrzjewski
‘Sourdough’ (SiWC Contest Runner-up) by Angela Post *
Pulp Literature Issue 16, Autumn 2017
‘Love’ by Greg Brown *
‘Think Tank’ by Susan Pieters *

Graphic Arts Short Stories
Pulp Literature Issue 13, Winter 2017
‘It Rained Then Too’ by Anat Rabkin *
Pulp Literature Issue 16, Autumn 2017
‘The Vanishing Dot’ by Rina Piccolo *

Poetry

Pulp Literature Issue 13, Winter 2017
‘The Third Day of Spring’ by Susie Taylor *
‘Amazon’ by Daniel Aristi
‘About Light’ by Jude Neale *
‘F/G/C/F (Country Love Sestina)’ by Elizabeth Amerding*
Pulp Literature Issue 14, Spring 2017 
‘Birdhouse’ by David Clink *
‘Detroit V, VII’ by Ian Haight
Pulp Literature Issue 15, Summer 2017
‘A Wassail in Ink’ by Nicholas Christian
‘The Hair in the Bag’ by Jenny Blackford
‘Inglewood Courts, Edmonton’ by Benjamin Hertwig *
Pulp Literature Issue 16, Autumn 2017
‘Garbage Disposal’ (Magpie Award Winner) by Oak Morse
‘Krang’ (Magpie Award Runner-up) by Leah Komar
‘Ghost Town’ (Magpie Award Runner-up) by Glenn Pape

Artwork

Cover Art
Stella Ryman and the Fairmount Manor Mysteries cover art by Kris Sayer*
Allaigna’s Song: Overture cover art by Melissa Mary Duncan*
Pulp Literature Issue 13, Winter 2017 The Shadow by Zoran Pekovic*
Pulp Literature Issue 14, Spring 2017  Blue Skies Over Nine Isles by Hugh Henderson*
Pulp Literature Issue 15, Summer 2017 The Huntress by S Ross Browne
Pulp Literature Issue 16, Autumn 2017 Seabus by Akem *

Illustrations
Body of work, Mel Anastasiou: Pulp Literature Issues 13 – 16, Stella Ryman and the Fairmount Manor Mysteries, inks for Allaigna’s Song: Overture.

Body of work, JM Landels: Illustrations for Allaigna’s Song: Aria in Pulp Literature Issues 13 – 16; pencils for Allaigna’s Song: Overture.

Layout & Design
Cover design for Allaigna’s Song: Overture and Stella Ryman and the Fairmount Manor Mysteries by Kris Sayer.

Interior layout for Allaigna’s Song: Overture by Kris Sayer.

Interior layout for Stella Ryman and the Fairmount Manor Mysteries by Claire Milne.

 

 

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