Charles Gramlich takes the time-traveling helm in the second installment of the Simon Rip saga at Beat to a Pulp. A few wicked twists, a cameo by everybody's favorite literary father figure, and a whole lot of ass kickings. Don't want to miss this action-packed series--Garnett Elliott will have the final word on the future in the near future.
A sizzling new issue of Pulp Metal Magazine is out, too. Paul Brazill defines Brit Grit and also writes it in a darkly funny piece, The Big Issue. And Richard Godwin offers a beautiful, brooding family drama with Fresh Bacon.
Thanks, Chris. Mr. Gramlich has done a super job and I hope more folks can get over there and leave a comment for him.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed Paul's Brit Grit article.
Thanks for the linky support, man. Much appreciated.ReplyDelete
Pretty damn awesome.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the link Chris. Got to read Jodi's insane Booty tales and Richard's psychochic l'il piggy story and PB's exposure of the our literary madman buddies in The Kingdom Across The Sea. Still working my way through the issue and giggling with delight at every page. Cool.ReplyDelete
Aw crap! Forgot Charles's Rip romp. Written so well,that series, it's doesn't make my head hurt like time travel usually does.ReplyDelete