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Pulp Literature #15 Summer 2017

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Table of Contents
From the Pulp Lit Pulpit: Sensual Summer Reading
“Gret” by Brenda Carre
Feature Interview: Brenda Carre
“The Seven Swans: The Highwayman’s Deception” by Mel Anastasiou
“A Wassail in Ink” by Nicholas Christian
“Pack Up your Troubles” by A.M. Soto
“A Knight at the Royal Arms” by Charity Tahmaseb
“The Hair in the Bag” by Jenny Blackford
“Cannery Row” by Susan Pieters
“The Pool Guy” by Adam Golub
“Inglewood Courts, Edmonton” by Benjamin Hertwig
The Bumblebee Flash Fiction Contest: Ingrid Jendrzejewski, Jay Allisan
The SiWC Storyteller’s Award: Angela Post
“Gruff” by Kris Sayer (comic)
“Allaigna’s Song: Aria” by J.M. Landels
The Artists: S. Ross Browne (cover), Kris Sayer (comic), Mel Anastasiou and J.M. Landels (interior)
Hall of Fame Kickstarter campaign backers
Marketplace
Contests

Publisher: Pulp Literature Press
Managing Editor: Jennifer Landels
Acquisitions Editor: Melanie Anastasiou
Assistant Editors: Katherine Howard, Janet Eastwood, Wendy Christensen
Poetry Editor: Daniel Cowper
Copy Editor: Amanda Bidnall
Proofreader: Mary Rykov
Graphic Designer: Kris Sayer
Advertising Co-ordinator: Rachel Kuo
Consulting Editor: Susan Pieters
5.25” x 8” 220 pages
$14.99 print
$3.99 ebook

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Pulp Literature #14 Spring 2017

Pulp-Lit-14500Pulp Literature #14 Spring 2017
Table of Contents
From the Pulp Lit Pulpit: Stretching Our Wings
“The Ankle Bracelet” by C.C. Humphreys
Feature Interview: C.C. Humphreys
“Stella Ryman and the Case of the Fallen Crusader” by Mel Anastasiou
“Birdhouse” by David Clink (verse)
“Bear” by Greg Brown
“Jonathan S Primrose Gets Eaten by a Bear” by William Charles Brock
“Candy-Apple Baby” by Colin Thornton
“Detroit V, VII” by Ian Haight (verse)
“Robin Hood” by Susan Pieters
The Raven Short Story Contest
“The Handler” by Pat Flewwelling
The SiWC Storyteller’s Award
“Forget Me Not” by Claire Gregory
“Blue Skies Over Nine Isles” by Joseph Stilwell & Hugh Henderson (comic)
“Allaigna’s Song: Aria” story and art by J.M. Landels
The Artists: Hugh Henderson (cover, comic); Mel Anastasiou (interior)
Marketplace
Contests

Publisher: Pulp Literature Press
Managing Editor: Jennifer Landels
Acquisitions Editor: Melanie Anastasiou
Assistant Editors: Katherine Howard, Janet Eastwood, Wendy Christensen
Poetry Editor: Daniel Cowper
Copy Editor: Amanda Bidnall
Proofreader: Mary Rykov
Graphic Designer: Claire Milne
Advertising Co-ordinator: Rachel Kuo
Consulting Editor: Susan Pieters
5-1/4” x 8” 236 pages
$14.99 print
$4.99 ebook

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Pulp Literature #13 Winter 2017

As Pulp Lit begins it’s fourth year, the issue’s cover by Zoran Pekovic sports a matt finish and the magazine is now accepting advertisements. The page size shrinks to 5-1/4” x 8”, knocking a quarter-inch off last issue’s width and height. Full contents include:

From the Pulp Lit Pulpit  by Jen, Mel & Katherine (Katherine Howard replaces Susan Pieters, who is taking a year off to concentrate on her own fiction. Rachel Kuo joins PL as marketing/advertising coordinator and Anat Rabkin as bookkeeper.)
In This Issue (Fiction/author teasers)
“The Devil You Don’t” by Matthew Hughes (reprinted from Asimov’s March 2005), art by Mel Anastasiou
“Fishface and the Leg” by Matt Hughes (reprinted from The Western Producer 1982), art by Mel Anastasiou
Feature Interview: Matthew Hughes
“The Seven Swans: The Case of the Cavalier’s Rapier” story and art by Mel Anastasiou
Poetry by Susan Taylor, Daniel Aristi, Jude Neale and Elizabeth Amerding
“The Green Thread and the Blue” by Carolyn Oliver, art by Mel Anastasiou
“Piano Music” by Susan Pieters, art by Mel Anastasiou
“Mermail” by Eric Del Carlo, art by Mel Anastasiou
“How to Lose a Week” by F.J. Bergmann, art by Mel Anastasiou
The 2016 Hummingbird Prize for Flash Fiction, awards and presents the winners, with comments from Bob Thurber and art by  Mel Anastasiou:
Winner: “Xuefi and His Heart” by Rebecca Wurtz (included)
Runner-up: “Painted Nails” by Jenna Park (included)
Honourable Mention: “Scathed” by Holly Woodward
Editor’s Pick: “Better Watch Out” by Anna Belkine (included)
“It Rained Then Too” comic with story and art by Anat Rabkin
“Allaigna’s Song: Aria” story and art by J.M. Landels
The Artists (short bios)
Marketplace (ad section)
Contests

Publisher: Pulp Literature Press
Managing Editor: Jennifer Landels
Acquisitions Editor: Melanie Anastasiou
Assistant Editor: Katherine Howard
Poetry Editor: Daniel Cowper
Copy Editor: Amanda Bidnall
Proofreader: Mary Rykov
Graphic Designer: Claire Milne
Mathmagician: Anat Rabkin
Advertising Co-ordinator: Rachel Kuo
Consulting Editor: Susan Pieters
5-1/4” x 8” 222 pages
$14.99 print
$4.99 ebook

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