Jennifer Landels, Managing Editor

‘Espadachina’ by Alex Waterhouse-Hayward

Jen wears nearly as many hats as Bartholomew Cubbins: writer, editor, artist, equestrian, and swordswoman are just a few.

After acquiring her degree in Mediaeval English Literature she went to London to get a Ph.D. in English but instead dyed her hair pink and joined a rock band. If you think this was a wise move, this is the magazine for you.

She currently splits her time between working on Pulp Literature, managing Red Colt Equestrian Farm Co-op, and teaching Mounted Combat for Academie Duello.  Her novel Allaigna’s Song: Overture is available through Pulp Literature Press.