Fire season is here again in British Columbia. With temperatures rising and summer just around the corner, we are reminded of poet Jonathan Pankratz’s work about his experience as a forest fire fighter, poems that are as unique as they are haunting. From, “Wildfire on […]
Back in November 2014, Zsuzsi Gartner appeared at KPU as a part of the “Women Writers: How Do They Work” panel. Pulp Managing Editor Stephanie Peters got to ask her a few great questions like this one: I’m struck by the use of reoccurring motifs in […]
Are we on a journey of extinction or redemption?
Kirsten Sedore asks big questions about the physical and psychological nature of the human relationship with the world.
The seven large, free standing paintings in Descent with Modification show a physical evolutionary progression through space. The viewer is invited to experience deeper involvement into the work by walking around each painting.
The series explores identity within the complications of domesticated western life and ask the question: have we doomed ourselves by creating a barrier of disconnect between our perceived needs and the rest of the world’s needs for survival?
Read the full artist statement here.
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 […]
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 Media from Alyx Essers
Painting from Tasman Brewster,Maria Dushyna, C. Fralic, Keith Harris, Jamie Kan, Cody Lecoy & Hailey Logan
Photography from Miriam Severson
Poetry from Emily Carefoot, Laurie Mackie & Geoffrey Nilson
Pick up a copy today at any KPU campus. If you are not near by and would still like a copy, contact email@example.com and we can figure out how to get one to you. Thanks for reading and stay tuned for Issue #10!