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Back on Track with a TALL PULP Roll Call

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MEANWHILE … the train has jumped the tracks. I have not only been too busy to write what I am supposed to, I have been too busy to write the stuff that I write instead of the stuff I am supposed to. Hopefully that is changing as of now.

My goal is to post here at least three times per week: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Some may be short and sweet and others may be long and convoluted. Look for the things I hinted at back in my first blog. It may take a few more weeks to get up to speed, but this train is pointed in the right direction.

The relaunch begins with an introduction to the many people involved in making TALL PULP happen.

An anthology is a team effort. There are editors, artists, and, oh yeah, writers involved.

If you have been reading this blog – and you have been reading this blog, haven’t you? – then you have already seen most of the names involved in TALL PULP. I have the pleasure of sharing the Table of Contents with some very talented people and I would like for you to get to know them all a little better. Click on the various and sundry links for bios, blogs, and books.

TALL PULP is published by Pro Se Productions. You can learn more about them here.

Tall Pulp logo typeset cover

It features a fantastic cover by Jeffrey Hayes. Examples of his great artwork can be found on his website at www.plasmafiregraphics.com

Percival Constantine, a New Pulp author and podcaster, handled the formatting and cover design. His website is PercivalConstantine.com.

It takes a village to edit a TALL PULP anthology. In this case it was Brad Mengel, Nikki Nelson-Hicks, and Frank Byrns.

The anthology kicks off with a pirate tale featuring Anne Bonny by D. Allen Lewis. Allen is the author of The Bishop of Port Victoria and other great stories and novels. He blogs at Tales of the Writing Werewolf.

Next up is a story of the Leatherman by Nancy A. Hansen. Nancy is best known for her New Pulp fantasy tales published under her own imprint, Hansen’s Way.

Phillip Drayer Duncan shares how Jim Bowie acquired his famous knife. He is the author of A Fist of Thorns: The First Chronicle of the Moonshine Wizard. Visit his website: http://phillipdrayerduncan.com.

David White contributes a very unique take on Paul Bunyan. David’s latest releases are Magee and Bridgeport Brawler.

Gordon Dymowski (re)introduces us to the Man of Steel — no, not that one — Joe Magarac. Gordon blogs, podcasts, and even writes a web-comic.

That brings us to me. Looks like you have already found my blog. Allow me to encourage you to:

Follow me on twitter: @GregDanielWrite

Like my Amazon author’s page: Greg Daniel Author’s Page

Friend me on Facebook: Greg Daniel

 

See you back here on Wednesday!

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