Make your own Pulp Fiction magazine covers (or t-shirts, or mugs, or…) at PULP-O-MIZER — perhaps the greatest online invention since online things were invented. See you fighting carnivorous trout in hand-to-fin combat, Tom Chandler...
If you’ve been around the blog for a while you know that I have a lot of respect for the Flatswalker blog. I dig his work and his writing. Davin was one of the writers in the first Pulp Fly and he’s a guy I’ve been in touch with over the last few years. So, [...]
How does a musician hope to top Pulp, James Murphy, Sleigh Bells, Killer Mike, Grimes, Hot Chip, and Cloud Nothings, all of whom were booked to play on the S.S Coachella? If you’re Father John Misty, it’s by covering “I Believe I Can Fly” by R. Show More Summary
No need for words. The story behind Bob White’s cover art for Pulp Fly: Pulp Fly: Volume One is now available for Kindle, iPad, etc. And to find out more about Bob White’s fine works, check here.
We like telling you about quality fly fishing writing. We like it even better when our friends are involved. Just think how happy we are to tell you about quality fly fishing writing, written by our friends, delivered in a revolutionary new format! Pulp Fly Pulp Fly is a collection of short stories and essays [...]
I’m very, very happy to announce the release of Pulp Fly, the ebook which has been in the works for the past year (plus). There are some really interesting stories in there by some pretty interesting writers. It was my idea, and for that I’m feeling pretty smart, but once the gang got together it [...]
PULP FLY: VOLUME ONE Forward by Kirk Deeter Cover Art by Bob White Contributors: Matt Dunn Bob White Davin Ebanks Michael Gracie Alex Landeen Bjorn Stromsness Ralph Bartholdt Alex Cerveniak Matt Smythe Pete McDonald Bruce Smithhammer “In leafing through the pages… well, actually punching buttons to turn pages… I was impressed by [...]
Pulp Fly, coming to a kindle, pad, tablet or miscellaneous near you. April 1st. Roll Call: Bartholdt, Ralph Cerveniak, Alex Dunn, Matt Ebanks, Davin Gracie, Michael Landeen, Alex Me Smithhammer, Bruce Smythe, Matt Stromness, Bjorn White, Bob
I am proud to be a part of the soon-to-be-released e-book Pulp Fly. This electronic pile of fishy goodness may, in fact, be the most unique thing to be released into the fly fishing inderwebs since forever. Don't believe me? Well, you will just have to take a look for yourself after the release on Amazon on April 1st. Show More Summary
OK… I’m part of a book project that is going to be launched here in a couple weeks. The book is called Pulp Fly and the line up of authors come from several different corners of the web. It will be released on April 1st on Amazon. I hope you all go out and buy [...]
Thanks to tnperkins or as he is better known, Thomas Perkins, over on deviantART not only for the awesome bit of pulp art featuring the Flying Squirrel and the Red Panda but giving me the heads up on the very … Continue reading ?
When you think of the coolest movie characters of the 20th Century, people like Tom Cruise flying in Top Gun, John Travolta dancing in Saturday Night Fever or Pulp Fiction, and Harrison Ford, either jetting through the galaxy in Star Wars or going from academia to adventure as Indiana Jones, come to mind. Well, move [...]
While the London Bridge may be awesome and the Golden Gate even more so, here’s one that beats them both to a pulp in coolness. The Flying Bridge in Leeuwarden, Netherlands, Holland is more like a transformer than an actual working bridge. Show More Summary
Articles like "Accusations Fly Between Parties Over Threats and Vandalism" in the New York Times today (3/26/10) are fairly useless. Are Republicans "fanning the flames with coded rhetoric," as a Democratic lawmaker says, or is a Republican representative right that it's Democrats who are "ratcheting up the rhetoric"? Readers are really left to judge based on [...]
I’ve always held onto my boyhood dreams of rocket jet packs and flying cars. I read the old pulp magazines when I could, devoured paperbacks and hardcovers that spoke of journeys to the stars and little green men from mars. I loved the feeling I got when I read the tales that brought dreams and [...]Show More Summary
Stateside, Jarvis Cocker is best known for "Common People," the hit 1995 single from seminal Britpop band Pulp. But in the U.K., Cocker, who's been flying solo since 2002, is a ubiquitous pop-culture icon: When he's not dropping albums...Show More Summary
Change of Shift is up over at Nurse Ratched’s Place, with a pulp fiction theme! Where does Mother Jones get all those books? Laurie over at A Chronic Dose has put together a huge Grand Rounds this week! Her theme is education. I’ll be spending some time over there this weekend! I’ll have the honor of hosting once [...]