A friend of mine (Jen) is starting a new anthology magazine—PULP Literature. Their motto is “Good books for the price of a beer!” and intend to publish genre-bending short stories, novellas, serials and graphic novels, and artwork.
Pulp Literature Press is the brainchild of Jen, Mel and Sue, a trio of writer-editors who took the advice “write what you want to read” one step further, to “publish what you want to read”. Our goal is to publish strong writing and artwork that breaks out of the bookshelf boundaries, defies genre, surprises, and delights.
They’re already in the planning stages for four issues full of great content, including stories from well-known authors C.C. Humphreys, JJ Lee, Susanna Kearsley, and Joan McLeod. The magazine has lots of great people behind it including professional writers, editors, and designers, so you’ll definitely be pitching in for a quality product.
To fund the project, they’re running a Kickstarter campaign right now. Lots of awesome perks with beer-themed categories. I suggest you check it out and grab a ‘drink’ while you can. (Note: The funding campaign is pledge-based. You will only pay if they reach their funding goal.)