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 fills the magazine’s pages. Welcome to week 15 of Pulp Literature’s Year of Authors!
15th – 19th April 2019
Monday: Ian Haight, Issue 14
Ian Haight’s collection of poetry, Celadon, won Unicorn Press’s First Book Prize, he is the editor of Zen Questions and Answers from Korea, and with T’ae-yong Hõ, he is the co-translator of Borderland Roads: Selected Poems of Kyun Hð and Magnolia and Lotus: Selected Poems of Hyesim (finalist for ALTA’s Stryk Prize) from White Pine Press. Ian currently lives and works in Germany.
Tuesday: Ingrid Jendrzjewski, Issue 15
Winner of the 2017 Bumblebee Flash Fiction Contest, Ingrid Jendrzejewski grew up in Vincennes, Indiana, and studied creative writing at the University of Evansville, then physics at the University of Cambridge. She now lives in the UK, where she is trying to get up the nerve to declutter her wardrobe. Ingrid currently serves as the Editor in Chief of FlashBack Fiction, an editor at Flash Flood, and a flash editor at JMWW, and she has just come on board as one of the co-directors of National Flash Fiction Day (UK).
Wednesday: Jaqui Hartwood, Issue 2
Jacqui Hartwood has a bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing, is the winner of a Vancouver Story Slam, and has previously published short stories. Her short story ‘Double or Nothing’ appeared in our second issue. She is currently at work on two romantic suspense novels.
Thursday: James Norcliffe, Issue 19
New Zealand poet James Norcliffe has published nine collections of poetry including Shadow Play (2013) and Dark Days at the Oxygen Café (2016). Recent work has appeared in Landfall, Spillway, The Cincinnati Review, Salamander, Gargoyle and Flash Fiction International (Norton, 2015). In 2010 he took part in the XX International Poetry Festival in Medellin, Colombia, and in 2011 the Trois Rivières International Poetry Festival in Québec.
Friday: Jasmin Nyack, Issue 19
Jasmin Nyack refuses to confirm whether or not she has ever been captured by aliens. But something must be the cause of her newfound hobbies of sword fighting, baking, and knitting Weasley-inspired sweaters. Check out her new podcast, Couch Lecture, where Jasmin explores characters and their roles!