Over at Barry Reese.net, Barry posted a great collection of links to all things New Pulp. Since many folks navigate to this site as a gateway to the New Pulp world(s), we thought it would be a great idea to see if Barry would mind us re-posting it here. Thankfully, Mr. Reese was gracious enough to allow us to do so. In order to do it right, we added the top link to the list for this New Pulp Fiction.com Special Edition Re-post.
Recommended SitesThere are a lot of great blogs out there and it’s easy to miss many of them. So here’s a few that I think might be of interest to my own readers:
Barry Reese.net - Home of the mental adventures of premiere New Pulp author Barry Reese. Creator of The Rook, Lazarus Gray and a myriad of other fantastic New Pulp heroes and heroines.
The Nocturne Travel Agency – Tom Deja has been spending a lot of time recently talking about his newest work, The Shadow Legion. Good stuff.
Pulp Cosmic – Van Plexico’s newest blog focuses on a sub-genre of a sub-genre: cosmic-flavored pulp fiction!
The Black Centipede – Chuck Miller’s New Pulp hero is one of the most intriguing out there and this site keeps you informed of all his doings.
Pulp Fiction Reviews – Author Ron Fortier does a lot of New Pulp reviews on this site and he almost always has great points to make.
New Pulp Fiction – A great catch-all site that features news releases, reviews and columns.
All Pulp – Like the New Pulp blog but a bit more news release-heavy.
Bad Girls, Good Guys and Two-Fisted Action – Author Sean Taylor provides a nice mix of interviews and essays.
Ideas Like Bullets — Infrequently updated, this blog has plenty of author Tommy Hancock’s views about New Pulp.
Bobby Nash, Writer @ Large – A promotional website for author Bobby Nash.
Sgt. Janus, Spirit-Breaker – Jim Beard’s ghost-busting hero is featured here, with serialized adventures and more.
Dillon – Everybody’s favorite New Pulp hero and his creator (Derrick Ferguson) are featured on this site.
Go and spread the New Pulp love!
Our artwork today is by the amazingly talented Dave Stevens. The world is a less beautiful place now that he’s gone!