Issue 1, Winter 2014

In our first issue of Pulp Literature Magazine:

  • Michael1OctWhere the Angels Wait, a haunting contemporary short story by  CC Humphreys
    “I was immediately enchanted by the flow of words, the beautiful pictures painted and the emotions evoked by the writing.  The story struck close to my heart. – Erin Ensor
  • Stella Ryman and the Third Option, a novella by Mel Anastasiou
    “Stella Ryman is my new hero! I love the way the very observant author has woven dementia and lucidity and humour together. “ – SL
  • Poetry by Beverly Boissery
  • Post-apocalyptic imaginings with classic Canadian tone in Only the Loons Know,  by SL Nickerson
  • A touch of swordplay and slapstick, buddy-cop style, in Of Siege and Sword, by Tyner Gillies
    “Straight-up funny!” – ND
  • The award winning short story, Glass Curtain, by Susan Pieters
    “Just re-read [Glass Curtain].   I enjoyed it even more the second time through.  The narrator’s voice is almost painfully honest, vulnerable, inviting the reader in.  And there is this strong tide of yearning. Like an undertow.  Very well done.” – S. Stopforth

    Beer Fairy by Melissa Mary Duncan
    Beer Fairy by Melissa Mary Duncan
  • The Mechanics, a cautionary tale by talented cartoonist Angela Melick.
  • Epic Fantasy and base sibling rivalry in Allaigna’s Song by JM Landels
    “Love [this] fantasy, so atmospheric” – CC Humphreys
  • Exquisite cover art by Melissa Mary Duncan!

Issue 1, Winter 2014

print: $15

 

ebook: $4.99

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2 thoughts on “Issue 1, Winter 2014

  1. Just had to pop by to say THANK YOU for creating PULP LITERATURE. I spent every minute I could this week (on my lunch break, in the car waiting for children, during the gap between climbing into bed and not being able to keep my eyes open another second!) devouring the first issue. It’s such a varied, fantastic collection of stories! I can’t pick a favourite–er, well, maybe I could if pressed–but don’t want to bias anyone. The whole batch was good. Other readers will just have to buy their own copies and pick their own faves. 🙂

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