Now that the Craft Workshop has wrapped up, I’ve escaped the heat of Vegas. Whew!
But the Pulphouse Fiction Magazine Subscription Drive 2023 Kickstarter is still heating up! And that’s a kind of heat I always welcome.
We’ve hit two stretch goals so far, and the third stretch goal introduces something we’ve never offered before: a chance for writers who support the Kickstarter to submit a story to Pulphouse Fiction Magazine!
You can find more details in the Kickstarter under Stretch Goals, starting at the $10,000 stretch goal.
We also have two very special craft workshops for writers, exclusive to this campaign.
There’s the “Known and Strange Things” Special Workshop, which describes what many Pulphouse stories are at their core: A known thing turned strange (think a lot of Twilight Zone stories) or a strange thing written as if it is known.
Then there’s the “I Can’t Believe I’m Writing This” Special Workshop. It’s that secret sauce that makes a story truly great.
You can buy either workshop individually or you can buy them both together (and get a Pulphouse six-issue subscription as well).
Both workshops are three weeks long, are offered only twice, and the final week’s assignment for both workshops will be to write a short story that editor Dean Wesley Smith will consider for Pulphouse. (Not as submissions, just how Dean will look at the stories and tell you he is interested in seeing it sent back as a submission.)
You have your choice of taking either three-week workshop starting August 15th or starting September 12th.
Like I said, this Kickstarter is on fire!
Click here to read all about it.
Allyson Longueira is publisher of WMG Publishing. She is an award-winning writer, editor and designer, working mother, and brain tumor survivor