Author Archives: Cameron Mount

Pulp Consumption: The Black Company

I first read Glen Cook’s The Black Company and its sequels about 15 years ago, but the first book was recently on sale as a Kindle book, so I picked it up to read again as my paperbacks are stored … Continue reading

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Pulp Appeal: Beowulf (Guest Post by Sara Codair)

(Editors’ Note: Sara Codair lives in a world of words. Writing is like breathing; they can’t live without it. Sara teaches and tutors writing at a Northern Essex Community College. They live with a cat named Goose who likes to … Continue reading

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Pulp Consumption: Strange Economics

About a year ago, before we published David F. Shultz’s story “Jerold’s Stand” in Issue 5, Shultz ran a Kickstarter for a collection of science fiction and fantasy called Strange Economics. The concept of the collection was to marry the … Continue reading

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Pulp Consumption: The Dark Crystal

A race of godlike beings is shattered into two separate, disparate species when a crystal is broken. As each of the creatures ages and dies, its counterpart in the other species also ages and dies, leaving a power vacuum. The … Continue reading

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Pulp Consumption: The Big Book of Hap and Leonard

A few weeks ago I picked up a Kindle collection of Joe R. Lansdale’s, appropriately titled The Big Book of Hap and Leonard. Matt Spencer wrote an article for us about the characters Hap Collins, a liberal former hippie who … Continue reading

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Pulp Appeal: John Carpenter’s They Live

A pair of mysterious sunglasses, secret messages hiding in advertising, a weird religious cult preaching about the overthrow of a government, and aliens? That’s John Carpenter’s They Live at its core. The film, starring former WWE superstar “Rowdy” Roddy Piper … Continue reading

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Pulp Consumption: Jules de Grandin

Last month Horror on the Links, a collection of Seabury Quinn’s detective stories featuring Jules de Grandin, went on sale on Amazon for an amazingly low price. As a fan of Weird Tales and pulp fiction in general, of course … Continue reading

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