Starlite Pulp's first 3 books :
Available for sale in our shop, on the Barnes & Noble site, as well as Amaz*n--you can also ask your local bookstore to order it for you, if you'd like.
Starlite Pulp Review #2 14 Pulp yarns from Frank Bill, Michael Bracken, Alec Cizak, Eric Esquivel, Gabriel Hart, E. B. Hunter, Nolan Knight, Veronica Leigh, Nevada McPherson, Daniel Pyne, Brian Townsley, James Whelpley, and J. Wiltz! This is the summer 2023 issue and is available now (visit the 'shop' page for pics and to purchase).
Starlite Pulp Review #1 12 Pulp tales from the likes of Michael Bracken, Eirik Gumeny, Charlie Jones, Chris Jones, Andrew Miller, P Moss, Eric O' Neal, Michael Ritt, Tim Spadoni, Jim Towns, Brian Townsley, and James Whelpley.
Also, we'd like to recognize and congratulate Michael Bracken, whose story 'Kissing Cousins' in the first Review made the Honor Roll of 10 Other Distinguished Stories in Otto Penzler's Best American Mystery Stories, 2022!
"Starlite Pulp serves down & dirty pulp fiction while keeping it classy with this snazzy collection of bite-size tales that explode off the page. Starlite Pulp Review #1 contains the full range of pulp in all its glory: gritty & engrossing, suspenseful & brutal."
--Nevada McPherson, author of the novels Poser and the upcoming Cracker
"A delightful read...thoroughly enjoyed it. With various genres represented, it avoids becoming repetitive and keeps you hooked."
--Terence Mayhew, host of Suit Up! Podcast
Outlaw Ballads : A Sonny Haynes Collection by Brian Townsley
“Townsley takes readers on a film noir-style tour to the early ‘50’s in Palm Springs, California, that bears little resemblance to the Los Angeles setting many of us know so well. The Sonny Haynes series acts as a mental time machine, and is worth every minute of the trip.”
-Dennis Lyday, author of Soulmate and Angel of Dark, Angel of Light
"A hard-boiled hero with fists of stone and feet of clay...a soundtrack laced with Lefty Frizzell and Hank Williams evokes the lonesomeness of the desert as well as Sonny's cowboy-style isolation; his trusty Merc(ury) may as well have a saddle instead of a driver's seat...Sonny doesn't leave a room without making sure he's "hatted," which seems less like Gabriel Byrne's preoccupation with losing his fedora (and his soul) in Miller's Crossing, than warpaint, disguising the warrior from a disapproving god."
-James Whelpley, author of Dancing in the Trap, Tenerife, and the upcoming The Toxic Blonde
Read Nevada McPherson's Review. for Townsley's first novel, A Trunk Full of Zeroes, set to be reissued by Starlite Pulp in 2023.
More coming in 2023...