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Pulp Literature: Something Novel!

A project in Vancouver, Canada by Pulp Literature Press

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We're putting on our big girl pants! Help us publish full-length novels, as well as the short fiction, poetry, and comics you love.
Backers: 175
Average Pledge Per Backer: $80 CAD

Funded: $13,970 CAD of $13,970 CAD
Dates: Nov 1st -> Dec 2nd (31 days)
Project By: Pulp Literature Press
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Latest News

Sliding in under the wire!

December 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Oh wow, THANK YOU all!  You did it!  You funded this project, with so many new backers today, and so many backers cranking up their pledges.  You folks are AWESOME. There must have been a little magic in the air tonight, and I think I know what it... (Read More)

So close to funded - can we make it?

December 1st - via: kickstarter.com
All right, we are 85% funded!  Can I have a HUGE round of applause for all you amazing backers who've got us this far!  And a special HIP HIP HOORAAAAY for more than a dozen backers who have stepped up in the last few days and doubled, tripled,... (Read More)

Come to our launch at Academie Duello

November 30th - via: kickstarter.com
We're in the final hours of our campaign!  Whether it succeeds is in the hands of you, the reading public ... but we are planning a party either way, and you're invited! A Literary Launch & Swordfighting SalonSunday 18 December, 2pm - 6pmat... (Read More)

150 Backers Strong!

November 29th - via: kickstarter.com
Woo Hoo!  We're at 150 backers!  That means we've uploaded another notecard for the collection.  The Raven won the popular vote by a hair (let's not get into electoral colleges shall we?), and you'll find it with the other three in the backer-only... (Read More)

Cyber Monday Made Simple

November 28th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi folks!  We're in the last 3 days of the campaign. Can you convince one friend to join you in backing it? That's all we need -- if we can double the number of backers at the $20 level in the next three days, we'll make our goal!    Or, if your... (Read More)

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November 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
Hi folks! We're down to our last 8 days of the campaign!  Please keep sharing and spreading the word.  And if you've had a chance to enjoy the writer's guides or sample issues do drop a comment on the main page to let us know what you think. ... (Read More)

We're Halfway There ...

November 17th - via: kickstarter.com
(whoa-ohhh, livin' on a prayer ...) Ah, sorry for putting that earworm in your head.  We just couldn't resist  ...  because, yes, we are half-way to our funding goal of $13,970!  Thank you so much to all the backers who have got us this far. ... (Read More)

The Griffin is winging its way to you

November 15th - via: kickstarter.com
Hurrah!  We are at 100 backers!  To celebrate we have released the Griffin! That's not as ominous as it sounds.  We're releasing a new note card for every 50 backers.  The Magpie and Peacock are already in the special backers-only folder, and now... (Read More)

The Writer's Friend & Confidante

November 14th - via: kickstarter.com
All right, folks!  We're just over 1/3 the way through the campaign and 29% funded.  That's more or less on track, but now we're nearing the dreaded mid-campaign slump.  We really need your help to share this campaign as widely as you can.  To... (Read More)

The No-Risk Reward

November 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Pulp Literature Issue 10, Spring 2016 Want to try a sample issue of Pulp Literature at absolutely no risk? Simply back us at the $5 level for the Digital Sampler and post a comment letting us know if there's a back issue you'd like to sample:  any... (Read More)

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November 5th - via: pulpliterature.com
Pulp Literature: Something Novel! (Read More)

Notecard Cage Match

November 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

Off to a great start!

November 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Whew!  What a whirlwind Day One that was.  We launched the campaign just after noon yesterday and we had reached our first goal of 50 backers in about 8 hours.  Our backers are FABULOUS!! Those early backers have received their pdf versions of The... (Read More)

Plotting Act 2, The Belly of the Beast

November 2nd - via: pulpliterature.com
Blake Snyder in his brilliant Save the Cat wrote that Act 2 is what the audience pays their entry money for. (Read More)

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