The latest issue of Pulphouse Fiction Magazineedited by Dean Wesley Smith, hit the shelves last week, and we’re thrilled with its new paperback format! Pulphouse is now an easy-to-carry 6×9 trade paperback!

Our ebook readers won’t notice anything different, of course. Your version has been easy-to-carry from the get-go.

But you’ll all be able to benefit from our new monthly publication schedule. So, win-win for everyone! 

And we have a fantastic new crop of stories to offer in this issue. Take a look at this story lineup:

“I Was a Teenage Boy-Crazy Blob” by Nina Kiriki Hoffman

“The Hair Thief” by Annie Reed

“When the Wiener Dogs Come Out to Play” by David H. Hendrickson

“The Henchman Is Hurled Off the Catwalk” by Adam-Troy Castro

“The Rhythm of Dueling Oak” by O’Neil De Noux

“Shocking Tales” by Don Webb

“The Lessons Only a Jelly Bean Can Teach” by Scott Edelman

“Lending the Truth” by Rob Vagle

“With Love in Their Hearts” by Robert Jeschonek

“Unknown Baby Girl” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

“Minions at Work: Squeeze Play” by J. Steven York

Click here to buy this issue of Pulphouse. And while you’re at the Pulphouse store, be sure to check out all that awesome Pulphouse merchandise! Thumper says they make great holiday gifts (and who can argue with Thumper?).

Speaking of holiday gifts, the 2023 WMG Holiday Spectacular Kickstarter is going strong! We’ve not only funded but also been named a Kickstarter “Project We Love” and hit our first stretch goal!!

With that amazing Calendar of Stories, which this year features a story a day for 40 days from American Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, as well as beautiful holiday merchandise, Kickstarer-exclusive writing workshops that will be on every writer’s wish list, and so much more, it’s a great way to check off your holiday shopping list.

Click here to check out the Kickstarter. It runs through Nov. 2.

When it comes to great reading, we’ve always got what’s on your list.

Allyson Longueira is publisher of WMG Publishing. She is an award-winning writer, editor and designer, working mother, and brain tumor survivor.