With Issue 16, we present you with a new collection of stories selected to delight and entertain you through the misty season. Climb on board cover artist Akem‘s Seabus, and dive deep as …
- We invite you into feature author kc dyer’s haunted world, with ‘The River’
- ‘The Wind of a Train’ by Erin Kirsh whistles past in a near future we hope not to see.
- We discover the ghoulish side of gentrification in Brandon Crilly‘s ‘Clearing Out Nests’
- Greg Brown’s ‘Love’ offers a chance at a last-minute reunion and a glimpse outside the doorway that awaits us all.
- FJ Bergmann’s ‘For Your Convenience’ delivers to Hades, where technology and mythology combine to make a truly punishing afterlife.
- Philosophy, family, and the survival of the species unite to take us across the galaxies in ‘Think Tank’ by Susan Pieters.
- Patrick Bollivar gives us a ghost story that sends a young woman into a deadly descent with ‘The Olde Town Haunt’.
- New chapters of Allaigna’s Song: Aria by JM Landels take our heroines deeper into peril with an adventure that will please the most daring hearts and minds.
- Judge Renée Saklikar’s picks for the Magpie Award for Poetry, from Oak Morse, Leah Komar, and Glenn Pape, show us glimpses of three different types of hell.
- In Mel Anastasiou’s Stella Ryman and the Ghost at the End of the Bed, midnight visitors of uncertain provenance and a mysterious theft at Fairmount Manor propel Mrs Stella Ryman into a new and demanding amateur investigation.
- Rina Piccolo’s cartoon ‘The Vanishing Dot’ enchants us with the perspective of memory and the point where everything disappears.
I absolutely loved the August 2017 issue of PULP Literature! If the quality of the short stories within this issue is any indication of the overall quality of the publication, then I cannot wait to pick up the next issues! PULP Literature contains everything I love in short stories and novellas from my favorite genres of fiction: science fiction, fantasy, mystery, history, thriller, and chiller. – Jenny Mark, New Pages