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It’s award time for fans of fantasy and science fiction, and that can mean only one thing – DragonCon ballots are up and ready for completion. The red fiery trophy is the new hotness that all the cool kids want to … Continue reading
From day one The Frisky Pagan has been a reliable source of passionate, well considered, and funny commentary over at the Puppy of the Month Book Club. Lately, his production has fallen off a bit (he’s not alone in that), … Continue reading
Comic book fandom is one of those things that I’ve accreted through sheer osmosis. Love the concept, love the culture, but never had the time, never had the money, but always had friends with both. Whether it was reading an … Continue reading
I’ve made no secret about my hopes to read more works by the Old Reliables out there in the #PulpRevolution blog-o-sphere. Well, Jesse Abraham Lucas isn’t content to sit around waiting. Jesse is putting together an anthology: Back in the day a … Continue reading
Now is the best time to get into independently published science fiction. Ignore what the marketing people have to say about it. They deal only in raw, current numbers. They look for today’s hotness and promise immediate returns, but you’re … Continue reading
We’re still beating up on Laurie Gough and her contention that bypassing the gatekeepers who live east of the Hudson River hurts written words. No caption necessary. When I pointed out that we’re all gatekeepers now, Jeff Duntemann (author of … Continue reading
Look at this thing from HuffPo: It would be easy to go after the low-hanging fruit here. This woman you’ve never heard of has written three memoirs. Three. Because her life is just that interesting. She is a “journalist”. Because … Continue reading
Joe needs a little push to sit down and get cranking, so this Pulp Revolutionary is pointing to the church tower and shouting, “One if by blog, two if by Gab!” I don’t know whether this kernel might grow … Continue reading
Welcome to the Pulp Revolution. If you have your dog-eared copy of “A Princess of Mars” handy, you’re in the right place. How we got here is a bit of a long story, and you may have some questions. What … Continue reading