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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 […]

2014 Governor General’s Literary Awards

2014 Governor General’s Literary Awards

The Canada Council for the Arts recently announced the 2014 nominees for the Governor General’s Literary Awards, giving us at Pulp quite a few more books to add to our ever growing must-read list. Check out the new book specific website and get all the […]

From the Archive: Mitochondrial Eve by Amanda Paananen

From the Archive: Mitochondrial Eve by Amanda Paananen

From the Archive is a new feature on the Pulp website that aims to select the very best from our print magazine to be republished online. Our first instalment is Mitochondrial Eve by Amanda Paananen from issue #5. Check it out here!

Pulp @ Word Vancouver

Pulp @ Word Vancouver

Pulp is hosting a reading by two Kwantlen writers at Word Vancouver 2014! Come on down and see what this great festival has to offer. Since 1995 The Vancouver Book and Magazine Fair Society has produced The Word On The Street Vancouver, the primary literary […]

Blackout Poetry

Blackout Poetry

At this Fall’s Kwantlen Student Association Clubs Day, Pulp Magazine and the Kwantlen Creative Writing Guild, with the help of Kwantlen students, created a blackout poetry board. Blackout poetry focuses words to create different meaning from found text. Also known as newspaper blackout poetry, the […]