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Fabulous Door Prizes at Pulp Literature Summer Launch

Join us this Monday, July 10th from 6-9 pm at Steamworks Brew Pub in Gastown, as we celebrate our summer launch of  Pulp Literature Issue 15, Summer 2017, and Allaigna’s Song: Overture, by JM Landels.  There will be author readings, book signings, good food, good beer, and good cheer.

The launch is free to attend; we only ask that you RSVP.

Eventbrite - Pulp Literature Summer Launch

Fabulous Door Prizes

Be sure to print and bring your ticket to enter for door prizes:

  • Your choice between swords or horses: a duelling for two date at Academie Duello or a riding for two date at Red Colt Equestrian Co-op.  (Duelling for two can also take place at Red Colt, if you prefer an outdoor setting).
  • A critique of up to 5000 words of your manuscript by editor Susan Pieters.
  • Colouring Paradise: A Renaissance-Inspired Colouring Book by artist Mel Anastasiou
  • A grab bag of Pulp Literature back issues, and more!

Have a Drink on Us

Reserve signed personalized copies of one or both books on the Eventbrite ticket page and we’ll buy you a beer (or the tipple of your choice) at the launch.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Pulp Literature Summer Launch
Monday 10 July 2017, 6 – 9pm
Steamworks Brewing Co
375 Water St, Vancouver BC
Eventbrite - Pulp Literature Summer Launch

Brenda Carre, Magic and Great Storytelling in Issue 15

What a pleasure to read Brenda Carre’s Gret in Issue 15.  She gives us the unique voice of a talented young vagabond who will risks her soul against magical forces to save a world that’s been anything but kind to her:

My mam always told me there’s three ways to prosper best and all begin with L.

Location’s one. No prospering’s ever done by thief or witch if the job begins in the wrong place or time.  Lissome tongue was next.  No matter how much wisdom a gal had to her, good learning didn’t go far if she couldn’t talk her way out of a bad deal.  And last was Lightning touch. That meant the effortless sliding of nimble fingers in-and-out of pockets without being cotched.

With these words Brenda Carre takes us straight into a world of magic, terror and transformation.  This first chapter, complete in itself, leaves us hoping to read the novel as soon as humanly, or magically, possible.

A new project on her website at brendacarre.com, is a story tantalizingly titled ‘Rats at Sea’ in the forthcoming anthology, No Humans Allowed, edited by John Helfers. “Will ships’ rats desert an English Frigate under fire from the French during the Napoleonic Wars? Not if their leader is a doughty young rat named Willy Topper and not if he needs to save the life of his one true love.”

More about Issue 15, in which iconoclasts and troublemakers run amok …

 

Happy International Women’s Day

I love our cover art.  For me, one of the greatest joys of the magazine is finding and choosing paintings to wrap our words in.  But I’m always a bit sad when the necessary banners and text cover up some of the beautiful images.

So to celebrate International Women’s day,  we offer you a sneak peek of the cover art for Pulp Literature Issue 15, Summer 2017 by the amazing S. Ross Browne.  Here is The Huntress, in her full undecorated glory.  Enjoy!

The Huntress, by S. Ross Browne.

Find more of Ross’s wonderful paintings here.