Issue 16 cover art by Akem

Issue 16, Autumn 2017

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With Issue 16, we present you with a new collection of stories selected to delight and entertain you through the misty season.  Climb on board cover artist Akem‘s Seabus, and dive deep as …

  • We invite you into feature author kc dyer’s haunted world, with ‘The River’ 
  • ‘The Wind of a Train’ by Erin Kirsh whistles past in a near future we hope not to see.
  • We discover the ghoulish side of gentrification in Brandon Crilly‘s ‘Clearing Out Nests’
  • Greg Brown’s ‘Love’ offers a chance at a last-minute reunion and a glimpse outside the doorway that awaits us all.
  • FJ Bergmann’s ‘For Your Convenience’ delivers to Hades, where technology and mythology combine to make a truly punishing afterlife.
  • Philosophy, family, and the survival of the species unite to take us across the galaxies in ‘Think Tank’ by Susan Pieters.
  • Patrick Bollivar gives us a ghost story that sends a young woman into a deadly descent with ‘The Olde Town Haunt.
  • New chapters of Allaigna’s Song:  Aria by JM Landels take our heroines deeper into peril with an adventure that will please the most daring hearts and minds.
  • Judge Renée Saklikar’s picks for the Magpie Award for Poetry, from Oak Morse, Leah Komar, and Glenn Pape, show us glimpses of three different types of hell.
  • In Mel Anastasiou’s Stella Ryman and the Ghost at the End of the Bed, midnight visitors of uncertain provenance and a mysterious theft at Fairmount Manor propel Mrs Stella Ryman into a new and demanding amateur investigation.
  • Rina Piccolo’s cartoon ‘The Vanishing Dot’ enchants us with the perspective of memory and the point where everything disappears.

"ReviewedI absolutely loved the August 2017 issue of PULP Literature! If the quality of the short stories within this issue is any indication of the overall quality of the publication, then I cannot wait to pick up the next issues! PULP Literature contains everything I love in short stories and novellas from my favorite genres of fiction: science fiction, fantasy, mystery, history, thriller, and chiller. – Jenny Mark, New Pages

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