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The End (of Production)

The End (of Production)

It’s the end of production week for us Pulpers and the pages are going to the printers! This is a very exciting time for us, and a great relief (this week has been intense!) and we couldn’t have done it without the support of the […]

Prepare Yourself… Welcome to Peer Editing

Prepare Yourself… Welcome to Peer Editing

It’s one thing to privately compose stories or poems  with the security of closing off your work from the rest of the world under lock and key. Or, if you weren’t allowed a lock on your bedroom door, like me, to hide your work in […]

Update

Update

Production is underway! We are in the office figuring out who will show up where in the mag and getting pages laid out. If you have not been notified already of your inclusion in the mag, you will be by Wednesday, February 29th. In terms […]

Submissions Closed

Submissions Closed

Submissions for the Spring 2012 edition of Pulp are now closed. Thank you to everyone who has sent in their work. You will be notified in the next few weeks if your work will be included in this issue, if you haven’t been notified already. […]

On Painting: Frolicking with the Body of a Comatose Medium

In our contemporary setting where technological developments and new media are in constant motion and expansion, painting, although seemingly obsolete, continues to be significant and even elevated by its many defenders. Painting, the now eternally dying medium, is the corpse that keeps getting resurrected by […]

How I Can Tell I’ve Become a Better Writer Over the Years

When I begin writing short stories a few years ago I would stay up all night, fingers flying across the keyboard, thinking to myself all the while “This is gonna be fucking genius!” The next morning, when I would look over what I’d written, I’d […]