Monthly Archives: October 2011

New Collection – Letters from the Dark Side

Just in time for Halloween, we at Pegasus Pulp proudly present Letters from the Dark Side, a collection of spooky short fiction. What makes Letters from the Dark Side different from other run-of-the-mill short fiction collections is that it is … Continue reading

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An interview with Cora and a few short links

I’m obviously back from the UK (more on the e-reader situation there soon) and have a few links for you: First of all, I have been interviewed by Alain Gomez at Book Brouhaha. We talk about short stories and e-books … Continue reading

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E-Readers in the Wild

I arrived safely in Newcastle. Spotted an e-reader, probably a Kindle on the plane. And in a W.H. Smith store in the centre of Newcastle, I not only paid for my purchases at an robotic check-out (an automatic self-service checkout, … Continue reading

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I will be in the UK for a few days with only occasional internet access. But while I’m away, why don’t you read this USA Today interview with romance writer Nina Bruhns who indie publishes in addition to her traditional … Continue reading

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One E-Book World?

I’m still following the Frankfurt Book Fair reporting on TV. Tonight there was another mention of the indie publishing phenomenon on aspekte, a well respected cultural magazine program. This mention was shorter and a lot more negative than yesterday’s. Basically, … Continue reading

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Germany discovers Indie Publishing II

The Frankfurt Book Fair, the biggest gathering of the global publishing industry, is going on at the moment. And one consequence of book fair is a greatly increased coverage of literature and publishing topics in the media. Now that I’ve … Continue reading

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Germany discovers Indie Publishing

First of all, readers in Belgium and Monaco can also purchase Pegasus Pulp (or any other) e-books via Amazon France without paying the 2 dollar Amazon surcharge. None of this changes that the European e-book market is still very small. … Continue reading

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Pegasus Pulp e-books now available at Amazon France

All Pegasus Pulp e-books are now available at Amazon’s brand-new French Kindle store. This means that French readers can now purchase Pegasus Pulp e-books or indeed any other e-book without having to deal with the two US-dollar Amazon surcharge. Here … Continue reading

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Flying Bombs heading for an e-book store near you

My retro-pulp hero, the Silencer, is back. Hardworking pulp writer by day and steel-masked vigilante by night, Richard Blakemore keeps Depression era New York City safe from all sorts of criminal low-lives. After being almost executed for a crime he … Continue reading

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Indie Publishing Links for the Day of German Unity

October 3 is the Day of German Unity, which commemorates the German reunification on October 3, 1990. Since it’s a fairly new holiday and one that never really had an emotional connection for many people (I explain why here), there … Continue reading

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