Having survived her earlier ordeal in Down on the Street, Chelsea Farmer takes center page in Alec Cizak’s new novel, Breaking Glass. “She’s addicted to opiates. She participates in home invasions with her fellow junkies to feed her habit. As things get increasingly violent, Chelsea realizes she needs to escape before her friends do something one of them will be able to walk away from.”
Alec Cizak is a filmmaker, writer, and editor of Pulp Modern.
Breaking Glass by Alec Cizak
ABC Documentation, an imprint of Down & Out Books
232-page trade paperback
Print $14.95, Kindle $2.99 (99¢ with Print edition)
Down & Out Books website
No Moral Center website
Editor Alec Cizak and I are busy working on the next Pulp Modern, and it’s nearly ready. Just a few more tweaks and it’ll be off for a print proof. I’ll start on the Kindle and Magzter versions while it’s in production. Should be out early in July. Having closely read every story I can state unequivocally it’ll be worth the wait. Check out that contributor list in the ad.
As Alec says, “Pulp is on the way!”
Writer and filmmaker Alec Cizak was interviewed for the article on POD/digital digests that appeared in The Digest Enthusiast book four. Book six presented his story, “Atomic Fuel,” with an illustration by Brad Foster. The story begins like this:
“Sal Bridgewater sang along to a Nirvana tune on the classic alternative station, assured his empty passenger seat he didn’t have a gun.”
In May 2017 Alec and I partnered on the revival of his fiction journal Pulp Modern. We are working on the third issue of the rivival now, due in late June/early July. Also in July, Down & Out Books will release his latest novel, Breaking Glass, which continues the lives of characters introduced in the earlier Down on the Street (D&O 2017). DOTS was outstanding, so I’m eagerly awaiting Breaking Glass.