Short Stack: New pulp fiction written by women (Pulp Press with For Books’ Sake)

Library at Deptford Lounge
Thursday 8 March
7.30-9pm
Free to attend, but pre-book on 020 8692 4446

Pulp fiction is back. For Books’ Sake, the online magazine dedicated to promoting writing by women, has teamed up with Pulp Press to present Short Stack; a collection of new pulp fiction written by women, featuring ten tales of deadly dames and heroines hell-bent on vengeance.

Join For Books’ Sake founding editor Jane Bradley, Pulp Press publisher Danny Bowman and selected Short Stack to hear readings from the anthology and Q&A. 

Participating writers will be: Shelagh M. Rowan-Legg, a Canadian writer living in the UK. Her work has been published in a variety of magazines including Taddle Creek and Pottersfield Portfolio: Bernadette Russell runs White Rabbit with Gareth Brierley, performing, writing and producing storytelling variety night Are You Sitting Comfortably? as well as creating theatre, cabaret and installations. Bernadette regularly comperes as alter-ego Toni Galore.

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