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New Pulp Fictioneers Are Ready To Rock'n'roll

Posted at 8:04AM Wednesday 30 May 2012

Hundreds of authors are reviving the ethos of the great writers of pulp fiction such as Jack Vance, Philip K Dick and Harlan Ellison. But it's a brave new world of blogs and ebooks

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