Category Archives: Pulp

Issue 12 Cover Reveal

Early on we were so excited about the cover art we had blog posts that were just cover reveals. We never lost the enthusiasm for the cover art, but somewhere along the way we just forgot to highlight it on … Continue reading

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Issue 4 Is Officially Released

Issue 4 came out in print last week, but the Kindle release goes live today, which means we’re officially live. We love these stories (as we loved all the stories in the first three issues), but this issue is momentous … Continue reading

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Issue 3 Cover Reveal

Luke Spooner/Carrion House knocked it out of the park again! This cover illustrates the creepy pirate tale “Moss” by Will Bernardara, Jr. Need to catch up? Have no fear! Issue 1 and Issue 2 are still available to purchase.

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Issue 2 Now Available!

That’s right folks, the second issue of Broadswords and Blasters is now live and ready for purchase. Grab your hard copy here, or if you’d rather get your pulp dead tree free, well, that’s available too. And while we are … Continue reading

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Issue 2 Run Down!

Instead of your usual dose of PULP APPEAL, this week we’d thought we’d do something a little different and preview what you’ll find in Issue 2 of Broadswords and Blasters. First up is KAUAHOA VS THE MU by Patrick Baker, … Continue reading

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Issue 1 Now Available in Print

If you have been waiting for the print version of Broadswords and Blasters, wait no longer! Right now you have two options – Amazon or Createspace. The magazine will also populate to wider distribution networks, but that may take a few … Continue reading

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Pulp Appeal: Conan the Barbarian

Trying to pin down when I originally was exposed to Conan, the world-travelling barbarian created by Robert E. Howard, is tricky. It might have been watching edited versions of Conan the Barbarian and Conan the Destroyer when I was a … Continue reading

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