21st Century Pulps
A Multi-Author Anthology
Compiled and Arranged By Scott A. Meehan
Co-Authors: Aaron Gallagher; Adam Leather; Asha Hawkins; Dakota Wolfe; Fabrizio Rodriguez; Fawaz H. Al-Saffar; Frank E. Hopkins; Joel Cervantes; Kansas Franks; Ketan Desai; Lainey Fields; Lisa Reifsnider; Lucienne Simmons; Marwa Al-Janabi; Ralph Rotten; Russ Meehan; Scott Meehan; Terry Ahkey; Woody Cartis
Foreword: Lisa Orban
Genre: A Multi-Anthology
Page Count: 185
Word Count: 67,453
Library of Congress Control Number:2019955302
From Indie Authors all over the world
The Term, “Pulp Fiction” originated from the magazines of the first half of the 20th century. Stories were printed on cheap "pulp" paper and provided “escape” for fiction fans of that time. The pulp fiction era provided influential talent and freedom that focused on detective, mystery and science fiction genres.
THE NEW MILLENNIA
Although Pulp Fiction was associated with creative writing that was available to the American public in the early nineteen-hundreds, and could be found at all the newsstands, 21st Century Pulp has entered a new paradigm. Much like the independent authors of that time, new technology has enabled the possibility of self-publishing and has opened the door to the New Millennia Indie Author, including five juveniles under the age of fifteen. These are their stories…and poetic expressions.