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Brenda Carre’s Gret

Pulp Literature No. 15 Summer 2017Stories from Pulp Literature No. 15 Summer 2017:

“Gret” by Brenda Carre sets the issue’s opening bar high. It’s the first chapter of a forthcoming novel of the same name, so beautifully written it overshadows any hesitation of reading an excerpt, so don’t miss out. Gret’s world is harsh and dangerous, filled with magic and intrigue. Carre’s skill with dialect in narration and dialogue transports you to Gret’s world at once. “I grabbed Isk’s meat knife and a bannock or two for my tattered pockets and I was out that windee and into the shore mist faster than a clam can fart.” A three-page interview with Carre follows her novel’s chapter.

Pulp Literature No. 20 Autumn 2018

Pulp Literature No. 20Contents
From the Pulp Lit Pulpit: A Score for Cross-Genre Fiction
Kristene Perron “Flavour of the Forsaken”
Feature Interview: Kristene Perron
The Magpie Award for Poetry
Kelli Allen “Leather Wraps Both Our Shoulders, and I Will Call You My Lungs, My Falconer, Guidepost” (verse)
Christine Leviczky Riek “All I Need is a Chair, My Red Piano, and” (verse)
Angela Caravan “My Desk” (verse)
Mitchell Towes “Away Game”
Sara Mang “Gross Motor”
Dave Beynon “Small Town Superhero”
Epiphany Ferrell “Every Town Has One”
Susan Pieters “Waking Up Black”
Summer Jewel Keown “Indebted”
Alex Reece Abbott “Alphabet Soup”
Erin Evans “The Hub”
Mel Anastasiou “Meat” (comic)
JM Landels “Allaigna’s Song: Aria”
The Artists (bios)
Hall of Fame (Patreon supporters)
Marketplace
Contests

Pulp Literature No. 20 back coverPublisher: Pulp Literature Press
Managing Editor: Jennifer Landels
Acquisitions Editor: Melanie Anastasiou
Story Editor: Sue Pieters
Assistant Editor: Jessica Fabrizius
Poetry Editor: Daniel Cowper, Emily Osborne
Copy Editor/Designer: Amanda Bidnall
Proofreader: Mary Rykov
Graphic Designer: Kris Sayer
Cover: Ben Baldwin
Interior artwork: Melanie Anastasiou, John Henry Friesen
207 pages
$4.99 Kindle
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Pulp Literature #19 Summer 2018

Pulp Literature No. 19Contents
From the Pulp Lit Pulpit: Advent’s Arrival
Michael Kamakana “Advent” (stand-alone excerpt from the novel)
Feature Interview: Michael Kamakana
Mel Anastasiou “The Seven Swans: The Machineries of Progress”
Maria Pascualy “First Date” (verse)
Richard J O’Brien “The Slade Transmutation”
Alex Reece Abbott “My Brother Paulie: A Domestic Space Odyssey”
Sylvia Stopforth “Ordinary”
James Norcliffe “He Had This Thing” (verse)
Susan Pieters “Guardian”
Jasmin Nyack “Five Minutes”
Charity Tahmaseb “The Potato Bug War”
Keltie Zubko “Towing the Mustang”
RS Wynn: The Bumblebee Flash Fiction Contest
Joseph Stilwell & Hugh Henderson “Blue Skies Over Nine Isles” (comic)
JM Landels “Allaigna’s Song: Aria”
The Artists (bios)
Hall of Fame (Patreon supporters)
Marketplace
Contests

Pulp Literatuer No. 19 back coverPublisher: Pulp Literature Press
Managing Editor: Jennifer Landels
Acquisitions Editor: Melanie Anastasiou
Story Editor: Sue Pieters
Assistant Editor: Jessica Fabrizius
Poetry Editor: Daniel Cowper
Copy Editor: Amanda Bidnall
Proofreader: Mary Rykov
Graphic Designer: Kris Sayer
Cover: Tais Teng
Interior artwork: Melanie Anastasiou, Jennifer Landels
5.25” x 8” 216 pages
$14.99 POD
$1.99 ebook

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Pulp Literature #18 Spring 2018

Pulp Literature #18 coverContents
From the Pulp Lit Pulpit: A Breath of Fresh Fiction
Genni Gunn “Stones”
Feature Interview: Genni Gunn
A.J. Odasso “We Come Back Different” part two
Sophie Panzer “The Commute”
Susan Pieters “Bug in My Ear”
Susan Alexander “Colour-Blind Sun” (verse)
Mel Anastasiou “Stella Ryman and the Mystery of the Mah-Jongg Box”
Angela Rebrec “On a Dark Lake’s Edge” (verse)
Jessica Barksdale “The Brightness of Things”
The SIWC Storyteller’s Award: Michelle Barker “MVP”
The 2017 Raven Short Story Contest
-First Place: Elaine McDivitt “The Tape”
-Second Place: Kerry Craven “Meggie”
-Runners Up: Alex Reece Abbott “My Brother Paulie: A Domestic Space Odyssey” and Charity Tahmaseb “The Potato Bug War”
Ray Gray & Ben Baldwin “Bone Dry” (comic)
J.M. Landels “Allaigna’s Song: Aria”
The Artists (bios)
Hall of Fame (Patreon supporters)
Marketplace
Contests

Pulp Literature #18 backPublisher: Pulp Literature Press
Managing Editor: Jennifer Landels
Acquisitions Editor: Melanie Anastasiou
Story Editor: Sue Pieters
Assistant Editor: Jessica Fabrizius
Poetry Editor: Daniel Cowper
Copy Editor: Amanda Bidnall
Proofreader: Mary Rykov
Graphic Designer: Kris Sayer
Cover: Akem
Interior artwork: Melanie Anastasiou, Jennifer Landels
5.25” x 8” 212 pages
$14.99 POD
$4.99 ebook

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Pulp Literature 17 Winter 2018

Contents
From the Pulp Lit Pulpit: Winter Storytelling
“Desdemone” by J.J. Lee
Feature Interview: J.J. Lee
“We Come Back Different” part one by A.J. Odasso
“Sea Changes” by Matilda Berke (verse)
“Devonian” by Emily Osborne (verse)
“The Bridgewater Canal Mystery” by Mel Anastasiou
“For the Love of Grey” by Anat Rabkin
“The Theft of Confidence” by Soramimi Hanarejima
“Embers” by Misha Handman
“One Safe Place” by Erin Slaughter
“You Don’t Know Your Life Anyway” by Kelli Allen (verse)
“Tatoo” by John Davies (verse)
“Lineman” by Susan Pieters
The Hummingbird Flash Fiction Prize: Jeanette Topar, William Kaufmann
“Afloat” by Gabriel Craven & Mikayla Fawcett (comic)
“Allaigna’s Song: Aria” by J.M. Landels
The Artists (bios)
Contests
Marketplace

Publisher: Pulp Literature Press
Managing Editor: Jennifer Landels
Acquisitions Editor: Melanie Anastasiou
Developmental Editor: Sue Pieters
Assistant Editor: Janet Eastwood
Poetry Editor: Daniel Cowper
Copy Editor: Amanda Bidnall
Proofreader: Mary Rykov
Graphic Designer: Kris Sayer
Cover: Britt-Lise Newstead
Interior artwork: Melanie Anastasiou, Jennifer Landels
5.25” x 8” 210 pages
$14.99 POD
$4.99 ebook

Pulp Literature website