PULP MODERN in the first place--to provide a journal for pulp writers where there were some form of payment. The communist, 'let's share in the profits' thing didn't work. I've been giving contributor copies since I stopped the initial payment plan. I'm losing money in the process. Putting Pulp Modern out is a labor of love at this point, but I'd like to try, once again, to raise its status ever-so-slightly by offering payment.
While I don't have the resources other journals do, I will now pay 1/4 a cent per word for stories.
Merry Christmas, sort of.
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