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Pulp Consumption: Switchblade TechNoir

By now most of the New Pulp and PulpRev folk must have been exposed to the advertising for the crossover event of the year. Yes, I’m talking about the TechNoir special editions of Switchblade and Pulp Modern. Maybe Matt or … Continue reading

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Issue 11 Is Live!

In our 11th issue we’re excited to bring you: Aaron Emmel’s story “A Protector on the Road,” his follow up to the story “Irini,” which we originally published in issue five. James Kane graces us with a story where sword … Continue reading

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Awards Eligiblity Post 2018

Because all the cool kids are doing it, here’s the list of work Broadswords and Blasters published in 2018. This doesn’t include the blog posts, twitter rants, or other nonsense we may have engaged in. We would love to hear … Continue reading

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Cry Havoc! Submissions are Open!

BROADSWORDS AND BLASTERS is officially back open for submissions from now until November 30th, 2018! So send us your sword & sorcery, your horror, your noir, your Westerns, your Weird and your retro sci-fi stories. Mash-ups are perfectly acceptable. Dazzle … Continue reading

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Pulp Consumption: The Adventure of the Incognita Countess

Title: The Adventure of the Incognita Countess Author: Cynthia Ward Publisher: Aqueduct Press What do you get when you take a mixture of sources from the turn of the 20th century and sling them into a blender? Well, you might … Continue reading

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Issue 5 of Broadswords and Blasters Available Now!

That’s right, year two of the indie magazine officially started last week with the release of issue 5. And, while we love all of our little mutant babies, we feel especially proud of this issue. So what will you find … Continue reading

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Pulp Appeal: Sandman Slim

Alright, admittedly, on the surface Richard Kadrey’s anti-hero James Stark might seem an odd fit for a pulp appeal article, what with him being a supernatural vigilante-type in an ostensibly urban fantasy setting. Scratch the surface though, and what you … Continue reading

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