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From the Archive: Questionable Methods Of Political Socialization by Simon Massey

From the Archive: Questionable Methods Of Political Socialization by Simon Massey

We are going deep into the Archive this week for a selection from our inaugural issue, Questionable Methods Of Political Socialization by Simon Massey, a funny and searing work of creative non-fiction. “Grow up with a slight ambivalence toward authority, picture yourself as “hard-edged.” Listen to […]

So this is the New Year

So this is the New Year

Here at Pulp, 2015 brings an exciting anniversary. Pulp turns 10! We have come a long way over the last 4 years and couldn’t be happier to still be here to share the best in art and writing from the KPU community. We will continue […]

Pulp Issue #9 Launch

Pulp Issue #9 Launch

  We are excited to announce that Pulp launched Issue #9 this past week featuring: Fashion Design from Marita Paul Fiction from Connor Doyle & Carol Johnson Installation from Michael Elias & Rosaura Ojeda Interviews from Zsuzsi Gartner & Natasha Renceno Memoir from Winston Le Mixed […]

From the Archive: Burnt Hair by Taryn Pearcey

From the Archive: Burnt Hair by Taryn Pearcey

This week From the Archive is Burnt Hair from Kwantlen graduate and award winning fiction writer, Taryn Pearcey. “The first thing I burn is a white dandelion, the kind that scatters all its little umbrella seeds in the breeze when you blow on it. I […]

From the Archive: Andrew Lund

From the Archive: Andrew Lund

  Corners by Andrew Lund is a dynamic and interactive installation in wood that explores the relationship between space and the user, portraying both the utilitarian as well as the sculptural aspects of the structures we inhabit. Click here for more pictures.  

An interview with Billeh Nickerson

An interview with Billeh Nickerson

Today from the Archive is an interview from Issue #7 of Pulp with Kwantlen Creative Writing Department Head, Billeh Nickerson. “There’s a real sense of the bizarre in your work. What is it that attracts you to the weird or absurd imagery of, say, the […]