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Pulp Rag Review: Broadswords & Blasters

In a world of fly-by-night Literary fiction journals, who publish entire  mountain ranges of meandering shoe-gaze, where extended sentences overflow with metaphors, and vacant personifications,  Mostly committed to print by Hey-Look-at-me-Mom-and-Dad-I’m-using-my-MFA type people. Thank God PULP FICTION exists to kick that bullshit’s ass. 


Trigger warnings ahead: this micro aggression is not completely one sided. Don’t get me wrong. Some Lit-Fic can lift off as it quickens in the imagination. Language is the virus from Outer Space after-all. With such indie journals as Pulp Modern, Switchblade, TOUGH and last but not least, Broadswords and Blasters. The English verbiage is being cut to the bone in highly satisfying ways. ECR’s following in these footsteps. Recently, Broadswords & Blasters did a promotional event for Issue #5. All of their previous issues were on sale and ECR swooped in and dropped some coin. We would like to take a moment to review our Pulp brothers.

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