Welcome again to Pulp Nocturne.
I grew up with the pulp adventures of Doc Savage, The Shadow and The Avenger. I even published a Doc Savage fanzine with a high school friend, back in the 70s. In that one issue I began a Doc Savage pastiche novel which, thankfully, remains unfinished and forgotten.
I moved on to different forms of fiction, but I always came back to the pulps, having discovered G-8, Operator #5 and The Spider. I also enjoy modern pulp fiction, particularly the works of Clive Cussler and, more recently, James Rollins.
When I started writing for publication, it was initially in the horror field, with an occasional foray into science fiction. As in my reading, though, I came back to the pulps.
I plan to use this blog to serialize new pulp fiction. Some of the stories will have a contemporary setting, like our initial offering. A future project will be set in the blood and thunder 1930s pulp world.
Regardless of the era, my goal is to bring you tales of two-fisted adventure, venomous villains and larger-than-life heroes.
I hope you have fun with the stories. I know I will.
Thanks to Walt Hicks for the name of this blog. Walt came up with the Pulp Nocturne moniker for an aborted project we were both involved with. He graciously allowed me to use it here.