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Your Coffee Table Needs This Lavish Collection of Retro UFO Pulp Fiction Art

Speculative fiction writer Jack Womack's new book 'Flying Saucers Are Real!' is a window into the paranoid American psyche.

The Staad Attaché is a classy briefcase alternative for your iPad Pro

All the rugged charm of Indiana Jones, but flying business class. The bags of Waterfield Designs have long held a special place in my heart, in part because many of their bags look like they flew in off the pages of a pulp adventure novel. Show More Summary

Most of the Hidden Connections Found in Quentin Tarantino’s Films

12 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

In a new video by Screen Rant, host Rob Flis points out most of the hidden connections found in films by director Quentin Tarantino. Rob mentions the connection between brothers Vincent Vega (John Travolta) in Pulp Fiction and Vic Vega (Michael Madsen) in Reservoir Dogs, the appearance of Red Apple cigarettes in numerous Tarantino movies, […]

HM6 Space Pirate Watch

MB&F’s high-end horological machine was inspired by classic pulp science fiction. The domes on its outside display hours and minutes, and a flying tourbillon in the center exposes its movement. Made from lightweight titanium.

Quentin Tarantino Sues Gawker for Linking to Leaked Script: "This Time They Went Too Far"

Oscar-winning writer/director Quentin Tarantino is suing Gawker Media. The filmmaker, who is famous for such films as Pulp Fiction and Inglourious Basterds, is taking legal action after his script for a future project (a Western flick called The Hateful Eight) leaked online. Show More Summary

Cue the lightning bolt

And he did speaketh unto his peoples, "read thyself these words, for they are total awesome sauce." Pulp Fly: Volume Three Introduction by Michael GraciewithErin BlockAlex LandeenPete McDonaldMiles NolteTom ReedTom SadlerBruce SmithhammerApril...Show More Summary

Pulp Fly Volume Three Is Now Available

There’s many a fine turn of phrase in this electronic document, towards which I cannot hide my bias since I am lucky enough to be included. It can be purchased, along with volumes One and Two, via the publisher’s landing page: pulpfly.com I am anticipating it will be well received.

3 Good Articles

Every once in a while we point you at 3 articles about fly fishing that we think you’re going to like.  Today is one of those days.  3 Good Articles Pulp Fly Volume Two.  A review in quote format on fishbeer, which you should be reading. Brooks Falls WebCam.  Not really an article, but pretty […]

My Favorite Opening Line in Pulp Fly Vol. 2

There are 12 contributors to Pulp Fly Vol 2. (myself included) and I’ve spent time reading and rereading their contributions. With that I’ve had the chance to overanalyze each introductory sentence. I love opening sentences to stories, maybe too much. Show More Summary

What Did You Think Mr. Little Jeans?

“BEST PLAY FLY-FISHING EBOOK EVER, MAN.” (With apologies to Max Fischer, as I’ve always wanted to use that line as a blog post title.) I was fortunate enough to participate in the first iteration of Pulp Fly, found on Amazon here. Now,...Show More Summary

Thoughts, renderings, and Pulp Fly: Vol. 2 in the multiverse

As the modern age pushes another little bundle of joyful ones and zeros out into the electronic existence, I sit thinking of Morgan Freeman. In the multiverse, and its set of infinite possible universes that together "comprise everything...Show More Summary

And You Thought Your Fly Fishing Weekend Was Exciting (Carnivorous Trout From The Riffles of DOOM!)

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...

The Florida Crew – Flatswalker

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, [...]

Pulp Fly – Check It Out

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 [...]

Life, imitating art, Pulp Fly style

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 [...]

Like Ma Bell, Got The Ill Communication

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

Hope you enjoy your fly juice extra pulpy.

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

Pulp Fly – Coming soon to your Kindle

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 [...]

Aerospace Engineer, Pilot, Pro Dancer: Georgia Force Cheerleader Kim Soars to Success

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 [...]

Leeuwarden Flying Bridge in Netherlands is just a Bridge in Disguise, or is that Robot in Disguise

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

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