Saturday, March 31, 2012

PULP NOW: THE PULPTRESS!

PULP NOW: THE PULPTRESS!

COMING IN APRIL!

Scheduled for April and POSSIBLY out in time for Pulp Ark 2012, is a collection of Pro Se's and New Pulp's own spokes model and New Pulp Heroine, The Pulptress!

With stories penned by Ron Fortier, Terry Alexander, Andrea Judy, Erwin K. Roberts, and Tommy Hancock, this digest will be the debut of The Pulptress! And just for the occasion premiere artist Mitch Foust has rendered an unbelievably excellent cover for The Pulptress Volume One!

PRO SE PRODUCTIONS

PULP NOW: JANE ~ THE WOMAN WHO LOVED TARZAN!

PULP NOW: JANE ~ THE WOMAN WHO LOVED TARZAN!

ROBIN MAXWELL

COMING SEPTEMBER 18!

Set in 1912 and written, with the full authorization and support of the Edgar Rice Burroughs Estate, as a Tarzan classic. It's the first novel in the ERB Tarzan franchise to be penned by a woman, and the first of the series written from Jane’s point of view.

It crosses several genres (adventure, sci-fi/fantasy, romance, and women’s literature), but at its heart it is the story of a strong, fabulous woman who stands tall under extraordinary circumstances.

PULP NOW: FROM THE SHADOWS!

PULP NOW: FROM THE SHADOWS!

PATRICK THOMAS / JOHN FRENCH

In a bygone era, criminals owned the city but there were those willing to put on a costume to fight evil and corruption. Avenging the death of love ones, they fight in the night for those who cannot defend themselves. The Nightmare put on his mask to settle the score for his chauffeur's murdered daughter.

The Pink Reaper donned her costume and gadgets to bring her uncle's killers to justice.. And Nemesis, the daughter of night herself, fights both the evil in this world and her own missing memory. Together and separately they battle for those the system has forgotten or is simply powerless to stop, that is until Zeus, the king of the gods who stole Nemesis's memories, come back to finish the job and destroy anyone who dares stand in his way.

PULP NOW: SHOCK TROOPS OF JUSTICE!

PULP NOW: SHOCK TROOPS OF JUSTICE!

ROBERT H. MILL

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY PAUL BISHOP, AUTHOR OF THE FAY CROKER SERIES AND TWICE NAMED LAPD DETECTIVE OF THE YEAR (YEAH, THAT WOULD BE ME )

COVER ART BY EMERY CLARKE

FIRST TIME IN BOOK FORM

With the backing and resources of the F.B.I. Special Agent James " Duke" Ashby relentlessly battle crime on the front lines!

Included:

Author's Preface
All in the Cards
Scarlet Hands
Turn On the Heat
Real Smithfield Ham
Two-gun Pawlon
Salome Comes Through
Double Exposure
Jailbait
Satan's Gunsmith
Guiltless Murder
Robbery of Convenience
Blind Date

Robert R. Mill (1894-1942), newspaper man and court reporter, made a name for himself covering headline-grabbing events such as the Snyder-Gray trail and the Lindbergh kidnapping case. He counted among his friends J. Edgar Hoover and Major John Warner, Superintendant of the New York State Police and interacted with underworld figures Dutch Schultz, "Legs" Diamond, Steve Pawlon and other nefarious characters of the day. Mill died during World War II following a U-Boat scouting expedition.

TRADE PAPERBACK / 192 PAGES / $19.95

BLACK DOG BOOKS

PULP NOW: SAILORS OF THE SKIES!

PULP NOW: SAILORS OF THE SKIES!

MIKE CHINN NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE ALCHEMY PRESS!

The Alchemy Press has published its first eBook in Kindle format: "Sailors of the Skies" by BFS member Mike Chinn (originally published in Dark Horizonsin 2009). “Mix generous dollops of The Scorpion, The Shadow and Dominic Fortune, a taste for 1930s detective fiction, and the simple desire to tell a creepy tale…”

Pulp heroics at its best! How can you resist

PULP NOW: THE PALADIN MANDATES!

PULP NOW: THE PALADIN MANDATES!

MIKE CHINN

COVER AND INTERIOR ILLUSTRATIONS BOB COVINGTON

NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE ALCHEMY PRESS!

So, you've read the Damian Paladin story in Dark Horizons 55. Now find out how Damian first met Leigh in the story "Good Evening, Princess". This and another five Paladin stories – featuring monsters, heroics and biplanes – are available in THE PALADIN MANDATES by Mike Chinn.


Mixing in generous dollops of The Scorpion, The Shadow and Dominic Fortune, with a childhood fascination for old airplanes, a taste for '30s detective fiction, and the simple desire to tell a creepy tale, resulted in the first Paladin story: "The Death-Wish Mandate" (revised in this book as "I've Got You Under My Skin").


Pulp heroics at its best! How can you resist