Beat to a Pulp Round A collection of stories from the online magazine BEAT TO A PULP edited by David Cranmer Elaine Ash

  • Title: Beat to a Pulp: Round 1
  • Author: David Cranmer Elaine Ash Bill Crider Charles Aran Ed Gorman Robert J. Randisi Sophie Littlefield James Reasoner
  • ISBN: 9780615388243
  • Page: 469
  • Format: ebook
  • A collection of stories from the online magazine BEAT TO A PULP edited by David Cranmer Elaine Ash

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    1. It would be virtually impossible to do a review that does justice to all the richness to be found in this collection. We're talking a whopping 380 pages of pulse pounding, gut wrenching pulp fiction. Not for the faint of heart, but maybe it's perfect for the faint of pulse. It should certainly get the heart rate up and the blood pressure rising.I hesitate to mention specific stories for fear readers, and the writers, will think I didn't care for the others in the collection. I can honestly say t [...]

    2. Mostly culled from the website of the same name (but with a few original to this collection), Beat to a Pulp, edited by David Crammer and Elaine Ash, delivers a wide array of pulpy goodness, from the hard-boiled to science-fiction to outright horror there's even a couple of pirate stories, for god's sake.Many of the writers gracing its pages were familiar to me already, and they didn't disappoint. Charles Ardai, Hilary Davidson, Ed Gorman, Patricia Abbott, and Jedidiah Ayres all turn in stories [...]

    3. First anthology from the ezine BEAT TO A PULP. David Cranmer & Elaine Ash have crafted an excellent collection from their magazine, one designed to be like the old pulp mags from the past.Here you have westerns, science fiction, a humorous ghost story, crime stories, and tales that don't fit neatly into a niche. Their only requirement has been well written pieces.Most of the stories were reprinted from their ezine, but they threw open submissions for new material.There's a forward by Bill Cr [...]

    4. This anthology is a treat for those who have a taste for the slightly bizarre, the nostalgic, and an extra shot of vodka in their pulp. The stories are professionally edited and pop off the page like a futuristic hologram of spaceships, monkeys, ray guns, cowboys, saucy women and tricks of the unexpected and the totally expected presented in unusual ways. Does it get any better than this? Could it get any better than this? No, I don’t think so. David Cranmer and Elaine Ash pulled together an a [...]

    5. The stories in this fine new pulp collection draw on a wide range of narrative genres to find the dark, edgy vein in each of them. Together, they send up one dewy-eyed myth after another that people use to prop up their optimism. And it has a lot of fun doing it.The writers are among the best to be found today reviving the old energy and cheap thrills of the pulp era. Among the bunch is one old-timer appearing posthumously, Paul Powers, whose stories appeared regularly in the pulps of the 30s an [...]

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