EDITED BY ROBERT DEIS, WITH JOSH ALAN FRIEDMAN AND WYATT DOYLE
I'M GOING TO BE ALL OVER THIS WHEN IT HITS THIS SUMMER . . .
"We were lucky—until the weasels..."
New Texture and MensPulpMags.com manfully present . . . A shirt-ripping, gut-punching anthology of two-fisted writing, ripped from the pages of long-lost men’s adventure magazines of the 1950s, '60s and '70s. Outrageous, 100% true tales of sex, crime, combat, jungle goddesses, beatnik girls, LSD experiments, animal attacks ... and nymphos. Always nymphos . . .
Weasels Ripped My Flesh! Showcasing rare, bare-knuckle stories by some of the toughest writers ever to punch a typewriter: Lawrence Block, Mario Puzo, Bruce Jay Friedman, Robert F. Dorr, Harlan Ellison, Robert Silverberg, Walter Kaylin, Walter Wager, Jane Dolinger, Ken Krippene and more . . .
COMING THIS SUMMER FROM NEW TEXTURE . . . MAN UP . . .
Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine-Themed Van For Sale in California . . . Spotted on Craigslist . . . 1969 3-speed Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine-themed Dodge cargo van that sports a “Jenkies” license plate. It is being sold by California-based classic car dealership Ray’s Classics that states it’s “perfect for a novelty store owner.”
I VERY MUCH ENJOYED THE FIRST BOOK IN THIS SERIES …
Evildoers beware! Retribution is at hand, thanks to Britain's best-kept secret agents!!
Certainly no strangers to peculiar occurrences, agents Wellington Books and Eliza Braun are nonetheless stunned to observe a fellow passenger aboard Britain's latest hypersteam train suddenly vanish in a dazzling bolt of lightning. They soon discover this is not the only such disappearance . . . with each case going inexplicably unexamined by the Crown.
The fate of England is once again in the hands of an ingenious archivist paired with a beautiful, fearless lady of adventure. And though their foe be fiendishly clever, so then is Mr. Books . . . and Miss Braun still has a number of useful and unusual devices hidden beneath her petticoats.
A new crime fiction journal that mixes interesting, hard-hitting non-fiction with some of the best short fiction in the genre.
• Scott Phillips on the Factory novels of Derek Raymond • Ray Banks on film adaptations of Charles Willeford’s books • Lawrence Block on his various experiments with storytelling styles • Chris Rhatigan’s long interview with author Julie Morrigan • John Kenyon's interview with author Chris Offutt • John Kenyon's review of the three novels of John Rector
It also features brand new crime fiction stories from Jack Bates, Ken Bruen, Alec Cizak, Matthew C. Funk, Chris F. Holm, Craig McDonald, Court Merrigan, Thomas Pluck, Keith Rawson and Todd Robinson.