Friday, September 28, 2012

The wait is just about over...

Start putting your pennies together.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Pulp Modern News

Pulp Modern will temporarily close to submissions beginning October 1.

Friday, September 21, 2012

Drive-In Fiction Soundtracks: Mr. Cizak's NATIONAL TRUST

So we're getting closer and closer to the unleashing of Uncle B's Drive-In Fiction.  Here are your listening needs for my contribution, National Trust:

Rocks Off! - Rolling Stones
Fortunate Son - Creedence Clearwater Revival
American Woman - The Guess Who
I Want to Take You Higher - Sly and the Family Stone
Kick Out the Jams! - MC5
Down the Street - The Stooges
Ziggy Stardust - David Bowie
Rocket Man - Elton John
Hey Joe - Jimi Hendrix

(insert German Oompah music for good measure)
(imagine Ennio Morricone music for mood)

PS -- The rights for these songs would dwarf the budget of any good drive-in movie back in the day...

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Pulp Modern #4: A quick note

For those of you who have submitted work for the autumn issue of Pulp Modern and have yet to receive word, fear not.  My amazing assistant editor is going through submissions now.  If you haven't heard anything yet, it's good news.  It means your story is still under consideration.

image courtesy howitworks.com

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Drive-In Fiction: Tap Tap Tap (Snap Snap Snap)

Time for another soundtrack.  David James Keaton's Tap Tap Tap (Snap Snap Snap) closes the collection and has a rather thorough soundtrack (in addition to an original rap/song recorded specifically for the novella!)

Music from the film Tap Tap Tap (Snap Snap Snap)
“Love Removal Machine” – The Cult
“The Spotlight Kid” – Captain Beefheart
“Who’s Your Boyfriend?” – Billy Squier
“The Confessor” – Joe Walsh
“One Of Our Submarines” – Thomas Dolby
Sure 'Nuff 'n Yes I Do” – Captain Beefheart
“Lonely Is The Night” – Billy Squier
“On The Loose” – Saga
“Silver Shamrock Halloween Jingle” – Tommy Lee Wallace/Alan Howarth
“Emotions In Motion” – Billy Squier
“Burn Hollywood Burn” – Public Enemy
“Copperhead Road” – Steve Earl
“New Girl Now” - Honeymoon Suite
“Tropical Hot Dog Night” – Captain Beefheart
“The Big Beat” – Billy Squier
“Seasons In The Sun” – Terry Jacks
“Bat Out Of Hell” – Meat Loaf
“She’s A Runner” – Billy Squier
“Building The Perfect Beast” – Don Henley
“Clear Spot” – Captain Beefheart
“Lydia The Tattooed Lady” - Groucho Marx
Hidden track:
“The Rap’s The Thing (Your Blood’s Gonna Scream) – performed by Cryptozoology/lyrics by Dave Keaton