NovoPulp: The Speculative Fiction Anthology - Volume 3

The NovoPulp Anthology is back with it's third volume of speculative fiction, written by and for those who love the genre. Pushing boundaries, asking questions, demanding answers, and even providing some. Bringing back the best of Pulp!

The stories in this volume range from the deeply thought-provoking (such as Death of a Universe by Lacerant Plainer), through the heart-breaking (Perfect by Chris Dangerfield), through classic hard-sf (such as Salvage by M. J. Kobernus and Nothing At All by H. David Blalock), to the just plain fun (Star-Crossed Lawlessness by William J. Jackson).

 "An eclectic collection of Speculative Fiction short stories." -

"NovoPulp is an exciting and promising initiative." - Himmelskibet Magazine

"Like the cover, the NovoPulp Anthology will take the reader back to this golden age of speculative fiction." -

This is the third NovoPulp anthology to be published by Hermit Studio.

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Introduction by David R. Grigg

"Salvage" by M. J. Kobernus"Death of a Universe" by Lacerant Plainer"The Smoking Gun" by Erik Menches"Absolution" by Jim Rudnick"Barriers" by Paul Pavlinovich"Nothing at all" by H. David Blalock"Commute to Death" by Niamh Brown"Perfect" by Chris Dangerfield"Six days" by Paul Pavlinovich"Place Theory" by Tantra Bensko"Them" by Paul Pavlinovich"Star-Crossed Lawlessness" by William J. Jackson"Freak Show" by M. J. Kobernus"The War Machine" by Daniel Scott White"The Golden City" by David R. Grigg

Artwork by: 

Charles Strebor and cover by Marc Reynes Ferra

Editing By: 

M. J. Kobernus, H. David Blalock, Chris Capps, David R. Grigg, and Adriel Wiggins.

Typesetting By: 

David Grigg

This is the third NovoPulp anthology to be published by Hermit Studio.

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Nov 27, 2015
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