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A modern amalgam of the classic newsstand of the golden age of pulp and popular fiction, Big Pulp publishes exciting and thought-provoking fiction and poetry by the best new and emerging genre writers from around the world. In our featured story, Iranian student Elaheh Steinke weaves a heartrending tale of a torturer for a totalitarian regime and the man who loves him, in A modern amalgam of the classic newsstand of the golden age of pulp and popular fiction, Big Pulp publishes exciting and thought-provoking fiction and poetry by the best new and emerging genre writers from around the world. In our featured story, Iranian student Elaheh Steinke weaves a heartrending tale of a torturer for a totalitarian regime and the man who loves him, in "Interrogate My Heart Instead." Also featured are "Tears in the RIver," the first English-language fiction publication of Dutch writer Django Mathijsen (award-winning author of Mando Vidé en het Robotbevrijdingsfront) and "The Cinnamon Forest," an original Indonesian folk tale by James Penha (Snakes and Angels) and Ferdinand Siregar. This collection also features fiction by Michael Bracken, author of more than 900 published crime and mystery stories, and poetry by Pushcart Prize nominee Kristine Ong Muslim, as well as 20 more fantasy, romance, mystery horror and science fiction stories and poems by Marsheila Rockwell, Bruce Millar, Jenny Gumpertz, Neesa Sunar, James R. Stratton, Greg Lee, Jason Ridler, Bill Boslego, Finn Clarke, Lee Hammerschmidt, Chris J. Peterson, Ian Welke, Samael Gyre, Michael D. Turner, Eric Juneau, Terrie Leigh Relf, Shannon Shuren, and Christopher Shearer.


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A modern amalgam of the classic newsstand of the golden age of pulp and popular fiction, Big Pulp publishes exciting and thought-provoking fiction and poetry by the best new and emerging genre writers from around the world. In our featured story, Iranian student Elaheh Steinke weaves a heartrending tale of a torturer for a totalitarian regime and the man who loves him, in A modern amalgam of the classic newsstand of the golden age of pulp and popular fiction, Big Pulp publishes exciting and thought-provoking fiction and poetry by the best new and emerging genre writers from around the world. In our featured story, Iranian student Elaheh Steinke weaves a heartrending tale of a torturer for a totalitarian regime and the man who loves him, in "Interrogate My Heart Instead." Also featured are "Tears in the RIver," the first English-language fiction publication of Dutch writer Django Mathijsen (award-winning author of Mando Vidé en het Robotbevrijdingsfront) and "The Cinnamon Forest," an original Indonesian folk tale by James Penha (Snakes and Angels) and Ferdinand Siregar. This collection also features fiction by Michael Bracken, author of more than 900 published crime and mystery stories, and poetry by Pushcart Prize nominee Kristine Ong Muslim, as well as 20 more fantasy, romance, mystery horror and science fiction stories and poems by Marsheila Rockwell, Bruce Millar, Jenny Gumpertz, Neesa Sunar, James R. Stratton, Greg Lee, Jason Ridler, Bill Boslego, Finn Clarke, Lee Hammerschmidt, Chris J. Peterson, Ian Welke, Samael Gyre, Michael D. Turner, Eric Juneau, Terrie Leigh Relf, Shannon Shuren, and Christopher Shearer.

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