Pulp event

I will be reading short stories tomorrow night as part of a free Pulp Net event in Piccadilly. Details are here at Lane Ashfeldt’s blog, where she is also asking for “ideas for how Pulp Net might usefully regenerate in the future, from your point of view…”I would love to see Pulp emerge stronger than ever. […]

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Pulpy goodness

A new edition of the ever fabulous Pulp Net is now up. I have written reviews of Janice Galloway’s “This is Not About Me” and Chris Killen’s “The Bird Room”. Also, for London dwelling peeps, there is a Pulp Net Short Story Cafe on tonight, which looks well worth going to.

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Two real reviews, and one fake!

Two reviews of mine have just gone live at Pulp Net. Kuzhali Manickavel and Tania Hershman have written very different debut story collections, but I can whole heartedly recommend both, and its not often I can say that! I contributed a fake review to Jenn Ashworth’s collaboration with Tolu Ogunlesi. You can read the whole […]

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LitCamp – Yay!

Lovely, lovely Pulp Net are organising a fantastic event on 12th September at London Metropolitan University. The programme is packed full of writerly delights: LitCampProgramme10.30-11.00Arrival/Coffee/Intro/Sign-up for Evening Session/10-minute Zone 11.30am-1pmThe first pageBridget Whelan offers a confidence-building session that allows you to discover the writer within. Imaginative exercises to help you to find inspiration in the […]

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Pulp net bake sale

I received an email from Pulp Net last week: ‘Due to factors beyond its control Pulp Net is to reduce its publication frequency in 2008. If your fiction is “held in a queue” because of this please feel free to submit your work elsewhere. Buying a cake may help move this along a little…’ Cakey […]

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