Big Pulp magazine
About BIG PULP Magazine
BIG PULP is a quarterly print and electronic journal featuring a wide range of pulp and genre fiction poetry. Our definition of genre fiction is very broad, running the gamut from literary fiction and experimental poetry to locked room mysteries, sword and sorcery, and space opera.
Our ideal is the newstand of the Golden Age of pulp and popular fiction, where lucky readers could find literally dozens of magazines catering to all manner of interests and tastes. Instead of publishing only one kind of story, we hope to recreate the feel of those fantastic newstands, where science fiction stood shoulder to shoulder with jungle adventure, and romance vied with true crime for the hearts of readers.
Bill Olver, editor
Bill Boslego, associate editor (editorial)
Phil Good, associate editor (art direction/production)
Click the links for details of each issue:
Spring 2013: A Question of Storage
Winter 2012: Lot's Crawlers
Fall 2012: We Honor Those Who Serve
Summer 2012: The Purloined Pearl
Spring 2012: The Biggin Hill Duel
WInter 2011: Interrogate My Heart Instead
Fall 2011: On the Road From Galilee
Winter 2010: Ted Bundy's Beetle
Many selections from the magazine are available online.