A modern amalgam of the classic newsstand of the golden age of pulp and popular fiction, Big Pulp publishes exciting, challenging and thought-provoking fiction and poetry by the best emerging and established genre writers from around the world. This collection begins with "The Biggin Hill Duel," a steampunk mystery starring a detective with a keen sense of ratiocination by Adrien Ludens. We follow that up with a 2nd steampunk tale, the horror thriller "Rat Trap" by Barb Siples.
Also featured are "To Right A Wrong" by Devyani Borade, in which an ancient sadhu offers a mysterious cure for alcoholism to an Indian village, and "The Hunt" by Argentine writer Gustavo Arevalo Rendall. Continuing our trip around the world, we discover "A Serpent in Eden," a cozy mystery set in an English village by Heather Parker, and meet "Our Mutual Friend," a tale of a ghost wandering a Mexican city, by Rochelle Cashdan. K.J. Kabza takes us unicorn-hunting in "The Idiot" and John F.D. Taff brings us back to the present, where we're stalked by a "Night Bird."
This collection also features fiction by Tim Lieder, publisher of Dybbuk Press; poetry by Terrie Leigh Relf, author of hundreds of published science fiction and horror poems and editor of Hungur Magazine; and more science fiction, horror, mystery, romance and fantasy stories and poems from Murphy Edwards, John Grey, Guy Belleranti, John F.D. Taff, Kent Rosenberger, Terrie Leigh Relf, Thomas Farringer-Logan, Robert Laughlin, David C. Kopaska Merkel & Kendall Evans, Skylar Hamilton Burris, T.N. Collie, Robyn Ritchie, Alex Gorman, and James F.W. Rowe.