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The Pulpateers (Schlock! Anthology Book 3) [Kindle Edition]

Martin Slag , Damir Salkovic , James Rhodes , Joseph Allan , Sergio Palumbo , Nathan Rowark , Greg McWhorter , Michael Lizarraga , Florence Marlow , Todd Nelsen

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THE PULPATEERS is the third anthology produced by internationally notorious Schlock! Webzine. This time contributors were required to pen old-style pulp stories based on the formula developed by Lester Dent, schlock-supremo of the 20s and 30s, creator of Doc Savage and other precursors to enduring pulp heroes such as Superman.

The results? A shocking tale of what lurks beneath a violent contemporary US city by MARTIN SLAG; exotic, swashbuckling Islamic adventure and cosmic horror from DAMIR SALKOVIC; two-fisted detective intrigue and thuggery beneath the sea from Schlock! loyalist JAMES RHODES; animal wizardry from a world beyond books in JOSEPH BANETH ALLEN’s tribute to the late Andre Norton; girls being girls with unfortunate extra-terrestrial consequences from SERGIO PALUMBO (plus indefatigable editorial assistance from MICHELE DUTCHER); Hilltop Manor’s history of terror from Horrified Press editor NATHAN J.D.L. ROWARK; voodoo and hoodoo from punk rock guru and Artifix Records owner GREG McWHORTER; the terrors to be found within an infinity mirror from journalist and martial artist MICHAEL LIZARRAGA; split seconds of tragically futile time travel from FLORENCE ANN MARLOW, a self-confessed next door neighbour to the Jersey Devil; and a greaser’s deal with the Devil from the mighty TODD NELSEN.

Cover illustration by Stephen Cooney and interiors by Joseph Brady, lead vocalist and bass player of old school punk rock band Scanner.

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About the Author

MARTIN SLAG’s short fiction has appeared in Berkeley Fiction Review, Morpheus Tales, Suspense Magazine. DAMIR SALKOVIC is an aficionado of weird and macabre tales, born and raised in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, presently residing in Virginia, USA. JAMES RHODES is author of The Hettford Witch Hunt and a regular contributor to Schlock! Webzine. He has a dog and a cat. JOSEPH BANETH ALLEN grew up in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. His short stories have appeared in Blood Sacraments, Wings, Tricks of the Trade, Sweat, Raising Hell, and Riding The Rails. He has also received the Disney Showmanship Award for his work on promoting The Nightmare Before Christmas. SERGIO PALUMBO is an Italian public servant who works in the public real estate branch. He is a prolific contributor to numerous webzines and print publications, including Schlock! MICHELE DUTCHER, aka Bottomdweller, has a BS degree in Elementary Education from Indiana University and has been writing science fiction stories for a decade. She edits all of Sergio's short stories. NATHAN JDL ROWARK is a poet and horror novelist from London, England. Founder of Horrified Press, hehopes to help publicise some of the great new stars working in modern horror. GREG MCWHORTER is a pop culture historian and teacher residing in Southern California. He owns a highly acclaimed record label specialising in vintage punk rock and is host of cable TV show Rock ‘n’ Roll High School 101. MICHAEL LIZARRAGA has been a horror junkie since Jason first donned his hockey mask. Lizarraga studied Journalism at California State University, and is a writer for cultural, faith-based and martial arts publications. FLORENCE ANN MARLOW: has been published by E-magazines and hard copy publications since 2008. Florence lives in the same neighbourhood where the Jersey Devil was born. TODD NELSEN’s interests include horror, fantasy, and science fiction. He is an avid fan of metal music residing in Denver, Colorado, where he writes, reads, and is constantly fantasizing. STEPHEN COONEY has been into horror art since an early age. After school he went to study art but soon found out he did not fit in because his teacher did not understand the dark side of his art. Although most of his work has been connected with horror and fantasy he’s always willing to take on new projects on different subjects. JOSEPH BRADY has been a professional illustrator since 1985. He is lead vocalist and bass player for seminal punk band, Scanner.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 405 KB
  • Print Length: 184 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1490942882
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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3.0 out of 5 stars Fun visit to the past 2 July 2014
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Fun visit to the past. Anyone looking for an entertaing read and likes old fashioned sc-fi will enjoy these stories.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Warrior Sisters a waste of ink. 14 Dec. 2013
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Warrior Sisters by Joseph Baneth Allen is really a waste of time. Very predictable with a hint of plagiarism. Not at all entertaining.
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