Archive for January, 2014

Since we’ve stepped up the pace of the pulp fiction flow this year, co-editor Elaine Isaak and I have decided to extend the deadline until the end of February. We’ve had a lot of attention just recently and this will give any new writers who have just climbed aboard the NH Pulp Fiction bandwagon (or, in this case, stagecoach) enough time to conceive their own Granite State Western. This also gives you slow pokes who have been just sitting around the campfire whittling on your pencils a little more time to start spinning your yarns. But don’t let the cry of the lonesome coyote lull you to sleep. Get those stories in to livefreeorridefiction@gmail.com before Feb. 28 or you’ll be eating trail dust.

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Reading Reminder

Live Free or Sci-Fi will be the featured book on Sunday, Jan. 12 at the Littleton Village Book Store and Cafe at 81 Main St., Littleton. A handful of our pulp fiction authors will be reading there starting at 3 p.m. and there’s a contest for the best mask or headgear representing a Sci-Fi character (or theme).

The readers who will be there (along with Editor Rick Broussard) will be

Elaine Isaak reading from Merge
Clay Wirestone reading from First in the Galaxy
S.J. Cahill reading from Touchdown
Alex Caldwell reading from The Wormhole of Wilson, NH
Gregory Norris reading from The Moths

This is a wonderful roster of readers and stories. If you can make it, you should.

See you there.

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