Sunday, December 4, 2011
NEW FROM IPULPFICTION THIS WEEK!
Coming this Week on iPulpFiction.com
[ Week of Dec. 4 - 10]
1949 — State Senator (and Azrealite) David Block goes fishing on the useless lake created by a boondoggled dam that buried Lost City, the ghetto of Light’s End, and a dirty secret under murky waters.
[ Publisher: Airship 27 - 4,100 words - 50¢ ]
From the APRIL 1941 issue of Astonishing Stories
Born and bred in an Amati violin played by the Immortals of music, the transition to a theremin playing in a red-hot orchestra was too much even for an imp!
[ Publisher: Black Mask Magazine - 4,900 words - 50¢ ]
From the OCT 1934 issue of Terror Tales
It was hard for Shelley Reeves, city-bred, not to fear the musty, superstitious legends of that bleak bayou land where her husband’s people dwelt.
[ 5,200 words - 75¢ ]
Posted by All Pulp at 12:20 PM