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Pulphouse Fiction Magazine: Issue Zero Paperback – December 1, 2017
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The Cutting Edge of Modern Short Fiction
Pulphouse Fiction Magazine: Back after over twenty years. A three-time Hugo Award nominated magazine, Pulphouse returns with eighteen fantastic stories by some of the best writers working in modern short fiction.
No genre limitations, no topic limitations, just great stories. Attitude, feel, and high quality fiction equals Pulphouse.
Table of Contents
Edited by Dean Wesley Smith
“Spud Wrangler” by Kent Patterson
“Savage Breasts” by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
“The Library of Orphaned Hearts” by Annie Reed
“Cooties” by J. Steven York
“Don’t Make Me Take off My Sunglasses” by O’Neil De Noux
“A Breath Holding Contest” by Ray Vukcevich
“Jesus at the Bat” by Esther M. Friesner
“Inside the Sphere” by M. L. Buchman
“The Bee Man” by Dan C. Duval
“Catastrophe Baker and a Canticle for Leibowitz” by Mike Resnick
“Back to Nature” by Jerry Oltion
“Chrome Bimbos” by Steve Perry
“The Writing on the Wall” by Kevin J. Anderson
“Coyote and the Amazing Herbal Formula” by Sabrina Chase
“Salt” by T. Thorn Coyle
“Queen and Fool” by Dayle A. Dermatis
“Hand Fast” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
“A Little Song, A Little Dance, A Little Apocalypse Down Your Pants” by Robert T. Jeschonek
“Minions at Work 2.0: 4th Wall Broken” by J. Steven York
About the Author
- Publisher : WMG Publishing (December 1, 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 194 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1561460249
- ISBN-13 : 978-1561460243
- Item Weight : 12.3 ounces
- Dimensions : 7 x 0.44 x 10 inches
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Pulphouse was founded foremost on the principal of "quality fiction"--no genre limititations, just great fiction. The stories in Pulphouse are all a little...different. And by different, I mean strange, eccentric, and off-the-wall, but delightfully so. The stories vary in genre, from sci-fi, fantasy, mystery, to stuff that defies any one genre (is "weird" a genre?). Bar none, all the tales are excellent and are a joy to read. The quality of writing is superior, and the ideas are golden. There was not a bad story in the bunch, and I'd have trouble picking a favorite, because they are all good, though in different ways. While all the strories in issue zero are reprints, I'd wager you haven't read many of them, even the ones that are many years old.
If you have any interest in short fiction, absolutely give Pulphouse a shot. I was not familiar with many of the writers in the issue, so it was a great way to get to know some new authors and get out of my comfort zone as a reader. I am very much looking forward to reading future Pulphouse volumes. Kudos to DWS (that's Dean Wesley Smith, mind you, NOT Dancing With the Stars) and the crew at WMG publishing; there are some groovy things hap'nen there, and I do hope they keep it up!
NOTE: Pulphouse subscriptions are available straight from WMG publishing in both print and electronic formats. You can also buy the issues individually through Amazon (also in print or digital).