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Pulp Literature Winter 2023

By Renée Sarojini Saklikar & Mel Anastasiou &
Pulp Literature Winter 2023 by Renée Sarojini Saklikar & Mel Anastasiou &  digital book - Fable

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Feature author Renée Sarojini Saklikar treats us to a Bramah and the Beggar Boy side tale in prose and poetry. We welcome back Cadence Mandybura, and enjoy slipstream and superheroes from Patrick Barb and Tom Jolly. Mel Anastasiou offers more Pretty Lies and JM Landels shows us the other side of the mirror in 'Zara's Song'. Plus the winners of the Hummingbird Flash Fiction Prize!

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About Renée Sarojini Saklikar

Renée Sarojini Saklikar (Surrey Poet Laureate, 2015-2018) is the author of four books and six chapbooks. Her work has been adapted for opera and visual art. She teaches creative writing and has judged our Magpie Award for Poetry. Renée's sci-fi epic in verse, Bramah and the Beggar Boy, was published in 2021, and the sequel is forthcoming in 2024. Her short story 'Man with Golden Helmet' appeared in Pulp Literature Issue 28.

Mel Anastasiou

Mel Anastasiou is a novel acquisitions and story editor with Pulp Literature Press, and she co-founded Pulp Literature magazine in 2013. Mel helps writers develop through her structural editing, her popular 'Writing Muse' Twitter feed, and two workbooks, The Writer's Boon Companion: Thirty Days Towards an Extraordinary Manuscript and The Writer's Friend and Confidante: Thirty Days of Narrative Achievement. Her fiction includes the Hertfordshire Pub Mysteries, the Monument Studio Mysteries, and the Stella Ryman Mysteries, for which she won a Literary Titan Gold book award and was longlisted for the Leacock Medal.

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