Pulp Appeal: Econoclash Review #1
Today Matt does a review of Econoclash Review, one of the other indie press magazines out there. This one focuses more on the crime stories, so if that’s your thing, take a look.
Editor: J.D. Graves
Econcolash Review advertises itself as Quality Cheap Thrills, and much like Broadswords and Blasters, bills itself as a contemporary pulp journal publishing “publish only the best crime/sci-fi/noir/horror/humor/fantasy and everything else in between.” For a first issue debut, I can only gape in awe at the amount of talent pulled together into this anthology and will definitely be adding EconoClash to the list of small press magazines to keep a very close eye on.
You aren’t here to listen to me gush though, so let’s take a look at the stories included within.
Cover Art for Issue 1
“The Last Book” by Rick McQuiston
“In the Mouth of Madness” style metahorror piece. When a writer writes to entertain the eldritch horrors, what happens when he decides to quit the game? The meta-fiction aspect is a little heavy handed and not what I would have expected fresh…
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