Pulp Literature Issue 9 Winter 2016 MOBI · Pulp

Pulp Literature Issue 9 Winter 2016 MOBI · Pulp

Pulp Literature Issue 9 Winter 2016 [EPUB] ✻ Pulp Literature Issue 9 Winter 2016 By J.M. Landels – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk A GMO future fairytale by George McWhirter; time travelling mystery by Mel Anastasiou; spec fic horror and steampunk by Greg Walklin Matt Andrew and Stephanie Charette; winter poetry by Ashley Elizabe A GMO future fairytale by George McWhirter; Issue 9 PDF ´ time travelling mystery by Mel Anastasiou; spec fic horror and steampunk by Greg Walklin Matt Andrew and Stephanie Charette; winter poetry by Ashley Elizabeth Best and Mary H Auerbach Rykov; comic book philosophy by Anat Rabkin; the next instalment of Allaigna’s Song by JM Landels; and the winners of Pulp Literature MOBI :Þ the Hummingbird Prize for Flash Fiction.


2 thoughts on “Pulp Literature Issue 9 Winter 2016

  1. Suz Jay Suz Jay says:

    Two stories stood out to me in this great collection Matt Andrew's There are Aliens in our Teeth in which hardened military man Charles finds this fear of the dentist realized and Dream Home by Jennica Broom in which the harsh light of reality shines on the plastic lives of Barbie dolls After reading Andrew's masterfully crafted tale I've never been so happy to have my bi annual dentist appointment behind me


  2. Edwin Downward Edwin Downward says:

    Honourable mention to Space Tears Can Hurt


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2 thoughts on “Pulp Literature Issue 9 Winter 2016

  1. Suz Jay Suz Jay says:

    Two stories stood out to me in this great collection Matt Andrew's There are Aliens in our Teeth in which hardened military man Charles finds this fear of the dentist realized and Dream Home by Jennica Broom in which the harsh light of reality shines on the plastic lives of Barbie dolls After reading Andrew's masterfully crafted tale I've never been so happy to have my bi annual dentist appointment behind me

  2. Edwin Downward Edwin Downward says:

    Honourable mention to Space Tears Can Hurt

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