The Grind Pulp Podcast is a new review podcast that has released their first episode. In addition to discussing New Pulp, the podcast also reviews New Pulp stories and movies, including Samaritan by Pulp Ark Award Winning Author, Bobby Nash.
About Grind Pulp Podcast:
Grind Pulp Podcast was created for the discussion of film and speculative fiction selections related to Grind Pulp. What is Grind Pulp? We’re so glad you asked. Imagine you’ve woken up beneath and overpass surrounded by bottles of rotgut with a mirror shard in your hand. Your clothes are soaked in neon green blood, and your pants are down around your ankles. You pull them up and begin to wonder what wild ride brought you here. That wild ride is Grind Pulp.
The Grind Pulp Podcast is hosted by Andrew Crevier, Jeronimo Brown, and James Malone. Listen to episode 1 here.
Moonstone Books has released a new anthology called The Avenger: Roaring Heart of The Crucible at their website. The book does not yet show available at on-line retailers as yet, but should be available there shortly.
ABOUT THE AVENGER: ROARING HEART OF THE CRUCIBLE:
The Avenger: Roaring Heart of the Crucible is now available. Moonstone Books’ third anthology collection chronicling new tales of pulp hero, THE AVENGER: ROARING HEART OF THE CRUCIBLE is now available in both softcover trade paperback and limited edition hardcover.
The Avenger: Roaring Heart of the Crucible features stories by New Pulp Authors Matthew Baugh, James Chambers, Greg Cox, Win Scott Eckert, Joe Gentile, CJ Henderson, Nancy Holder, Michael May, Matthew Mayo, Will Murray, Bobby Nash, Barry Reese, Chris Sequeira, John Small, and David White. Edited by Nancy Holder and Joe Gentile. Cover art courtesy of E. M. Gist (soft cover) and Jay Piscopo (hardcover).
The greatest crime-fighter of the 40′s returns in a third thrilling collection of original, action-packed tales of adventure, intrigue, and revenge. Life was bliss for millionaire adventurer Richard Henry Benson until that fateful day crime and greed took away his wife and young daughter… and turned him into something more than human. Driven by loss, compelled by grief, he becomes a chilled impersonal force of justice, more machine than man, dedicated to the destruction of evildoers everywhere. A figure of ice and steel, more pitiless than both,
Benson has been forged into an avatar of vengeance, possessed of superhuman genius supernormal power. His frozen face and pale eyes, like a polar dawn, only hint at the terrible force the underworld heedlessly invoked upon itself the day they created… The Avenger!
Exclusive HC BONUS material: An Avenger timeline by Rick Lai plus solo tales of the Avenger’s aides by Howard Hopkins!
Bobby Nash and Sean Taylor with their 2013 Pulp Ark Awards.
For the first time since the Pulp Ark Award winners were announced, Ruby Files co-creators Bobby Nash and Sean Taylor got to hold their Pulp Ark Award for Best New Pulp Character: Rick Ruby at the Free Comic Book day event at galactic Quest Comics in Buford, GA.
This weekend, the race to box office supremacy begins! Mike Faber, Mike Gordon, award-winning author Bobby Nash, Box Office Buzz scribe Ashley Bergner, and 7th Row Center podcaster Alex Autrey survey the highs and lows of the upcoming summer movie season. However, Alex’s magic movie 8-ball cannot help him in The Geek Seat! Plus, Tara Lynne returns to the station to tell tales of the Ice & Fire Con this past weekend. All this, and the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, and Shout Outs! Plus, Bobby gives a report from the Pulp Ark Convention.
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: 2013 Summer Movie Preview at www.esopodcast.com
On this episode, the ESO podcast crew wake up to find themselves in the 25th century! Mike Faber, Mike Gordon, the award-winning New Pulp Author Bobby Nash, and special guest Joe Crowe (RevolutionSF.com) discuss the pulpy futuristic world of Buck Rogers. Joe also is this week’s victim in The Geek Seat and cries for Col. Wilma Deering to save him! All this, plus the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!
Bobby also gives a shout out to the winners of the 2013 Pulp Factory Awards and The Scribe Award nominees.
New Pulp Author Van Allen Plexico welcomes 2013 Pulp Ark Award Winning Best Author Bobby Nash on The White Rocket Podcast this week to discuss one of their favorite TV shows, Justified.
About The White Rocket Podcast Episode 21: Award-winning author Bobby Nash joins Van Allen Plexico this week to discuss the hit FX TV series, JUSTIFIED! It’s an hour of Raylan, Art, Boyd, Ava, Tim, Rachel, and a holler full o’ hillbillies, moonshiners and drug smugglers! The question is– will Van and Bobby get out of Harlan alive?? Listen To White Rocket #21: Justified now at http://whiterocket.podbean.com/2013/04/15/white-rocket-021-justified/
For the fourth consecutive year, the Pulp Factory Awards were presented at this year’s Windy City Pulp & Paper Convention.
These awards are given to the best in new pulp fiction and art published during the previous year as voted on by the 111 members of the Pulp Factory; an internet group made up of pulp writers, artists, editors, publishers and dedicated fans.
Writer William Patrick Maynard and artist Rob Davis once again co-hosted the award presentations, handing out the sculptured trophies done in the shape of a quill pen set against factory-like gears.
The pen represents both writers and artists, the gears paying homage to the assembly-line production of the old pulps of the 1930s.
This year’s winners for the best in fiction and art for 2012 were:
For Best Pulp Novel – THE LONE RANGER – VENDETTA by the late Howard Hopkins, published by Moonstone Books.
For Best Pulp Short Story – “The Ghoul” by Ron Fortier from the anthology, “Monster Aces,” published by Pro Se Productions.
For Best Pulp Cover – Joe Devito for THE INFERNAL BUDDHA published Altus Press.
For Best Interior Illustrations – Rob Moran for THE RUBY FILES published by Airship 27 Productions.
This year’s preliminary nominations and final ballot represented a total of twelve New Pulp Fiction publishers.
The Pulp Factory membership congratulates all the winners for their exceptional work.
iPulpFiction.com turns the spotlight on New Pulp Author Bobby Nash beginning today, April 1st (and nope, this isn’t an April Fool’s Joke). Look for Bobby’s stories from Frontier, Doc Dresden: The Immortal, The Green Hornet, Lance Star: Sky Ranger, and Domino Lady, all specially formatted for your mobile devices. Perfect for those who like to read on the go.
This April, iPulpFiction.com is proud to featured works from the 2013 Pulp Ark Award Winner for Best Author Bobby Nash
From his secret lair in the wilds of Bethlehem, Georgia, Bobby Nash, the 2013 Pulp Ark Award Winner for Best Author, writes a little bit of everything including novels, comic books, short prose, novellas, graphic novels, screenplays, media tie-ins, and even a little pulp fiction just for good measure. And he sleeps at least once a week, whether he needs it or not.
Two new iPulp series, Frontier and Doc Dresden: The Immortal will be available on April first, along with stories featuring Lance Star: Sky Ranger, Domino Lady, and The Green Hornet.
WHAT LIES BEYOND THE FRONTIER?
Frontier is a collection of sci-fi themed short stories from 2013 Pulp Ark Award-Winning Best Author, Bobby Nash. With Frontier, the author of Earthstrike Agenda, Evil Ways, and Deadly Games! presents a collection of rarely seen tales presented tales as well as some never before published stories. From Earth to alien planets and to the deepest recesses of space, Frontier features action, adventure, horror, and even a little romance.
DOC DRESDEN: THE IMMORTAL 340 year old Nathanial Dresden, “Doc” to his friends, is an explorer and adventurer at heart. For the last several centuries he has had many fantastic adventures. In present day, he works at (and secretly co-owns) Solutions Inc., a think tank/troubleshooting company. Solutions Inc. is the go to company when you need answers. Join Doc and his comrades as they travel the globe in search of adventure.
“With the whole world wallowing in pointless, plotless fiction, iPulp greets the reader like a breath of fresh adrenaline.” — David Lubar, Award-winning author of Hidden Talents
In the past, dime novels and other forms of pulp fiction influenced writers of genre fiction such as Ray Bradbury, Raymond Chandler, and H. P. Lovecraft. It was a time when kids carried a dime novel folded in their hip pocket or nestled out of sight in their schoolbooks.
Today, the pulps are mostly gone. iPulpFiction.com reinvents the genre short story market by taking pulp fiction to the mobile generation — to be hidden among digital textbooks on a tablet or tucked away on a smartphone in a hip pocket.