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2019 Year of Authors: 13th – 17th May

What are you doing this morning? Enjoying a coffee, listening to the birds sing, scrolling through your Facebook feed … and oh what’s this? A post from your mother. Hmm… wasn’t there something you were supposed to do this weekend? Oh yeah… Mother’s Day. Whoops. Well, let’s get her some reading material in the better-late-than-never category, shall we? This is week 19 of Pulp Literature’s Year of Authors, and we’ve got the prices to perk up your mother’s day.

13th – 17th May 2019

Monday: Jonathon DaltonIssue 11

Jonathon Dalton draws comics about strange, alien worlds and the ordinary people who live in them. He lives on the outskirts of Vancouver and teaches elementary school in his spare time. His past work includes the self-published graphic novels A Mad Tea-Party and the Xeric-winning Lords of Death and Life, as well as short comics in several anthologies. He also drew The Legend of Bold Riley: The Talking Bone, written by Leia Weathington.

Tuesday: Jono Naito, Issue 11

Jono Naito, a writer and game designer, hold a MFA from Syracuse University, where they are also an Assistant Editor at Salt Hill. Their work has appeared here and there (and everywhere).

Wednesday: Joseph Stilwell, Issue 14 & 19

Joseph Stilwell has slain gods, devoured galaxies, and sired several ruling dynasties. He is either the most powerful man in the multiverse, or a very accomplished liar. Either way, he’s a hell of a storyteller.  Along with his partner in crime, artist Hugh Henderson, he created Blue Skies Over Nine Isles, a post-post-apocalyptic comic book, the first two issues of which appeared in PL Issues 14 and 19.

Thursday: Jude Neale, Issue 8 & 13

Jude Neale is a Canadian poet, vocalist, spoken word performer and mentor. Jude has written and co-written six books. Her most recent book is a collaboration with acclaimed writer and poet, Bonnie Nish. Cantata in Two Voices was written in turn, line by line in 50 days. This is the fourth book Jude has written on her phone.

Issue 8 cover art by Mel AnastasiouIssue 13 cover by Zoran Pekovic

Friday: Julian Mortimer Smith, Issue 8 

Julian Mortimer Smith is a science fiction and fantasy writer based in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. An active SFWA member with multiple publication credits, he’s also a writer and editor for numerous boardgames.

Issue 8 cover art by Mel Anastasiou