Saturday, August 15, 2009

You Can't Beat That

In case you didn't know, there's another pulp magazine other than the one I'm always pushing and it's called Beat To A Pulp. Just like football, David Cranmer and Elaine Ash deliver the good stuff for your enjoyment every Sunday.



Some of my faves are: "Whiskey, Guns, And Sin?" Charles Gramlich gives you plenty of each.

Patti Abbott puts a different twist on child care back in the day, with Esther Meaney.

Keith Rawson shows we don't know about everything that came over from the Land O' Green. I know that the link isn't green, but the story is called "Marmalade," damn it.

Believe you me when I say Paul D. Brazill gives Poe a run for his money with "The Tut."

Albert Tucher will change the way you look at crime solvers forever with "No Hands."

Coming soon: Sandra Seamans shoots to kill with “Midnight Showdown.”

6 comments:

sandra seamans said...

Thank you for this, Cormac! Only this week is Alec Cizak, then Clair Dickson has a Bo Fexler story up next week, then me. David's going to make you wait but at least there's lots of good reading til you get there.

Paul Brazill said...

yep, it's great. Ta for the hat tip, mate.

Cormac Brown said...

Sandra,

You're welcome and sorry about that. Usually when David does the "coming soon," he usually posts the story he mentions the following weekend.

Paulie Decibels,

Your welcome and thanks for the story.

sandra seamans said...

No apologies necessary, Cormac. It's a lovely thing to know that you're looking forward to reading the story.

lakeviewer said...

Thanks for the links. I'm still ruminating on your last post. You were clear, very clear.

Cormac Brown said...

Sandra,

I believe it will be pretty good. Westerns always boil down to protagonist versus antagonist and I think that you excell at this straight ahead writing.

Rosaria,

You will enjoy them and while I was graphic, I was candid only in sentiment.