Tag Archives: pulp

New Silencer story available: Elevator of Doom

Yes, it’s another new release announcement, but I promise that this is the last one for 2013. Besides, this announcement marks the return of the Silencer, my 1930s style masked pulp avenger. After narrowly escaping the electric chair in Countdown … Continue reading

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Quadruple 50th Anniversary Linkdump

November 22/23 sees the fiftieth anniversaries of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the debut of Doctor Who and the deaths of C.S. Lewis and Aldous Huxley. However, at least the first two have been extensively discussed and written about, … Continue reading

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Bloomsday Linkdump

Large parts of Southern and Eastern Germany are still flooded, but luckily my feet are still dry. Though I was commissioned to create a PowerPoint presentation about flood clean-up efforts, particularly with regard to oil-polluted flood waters, for a conference … Continue reading

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A Big Dump of Mixed Links

Somebody found my blog today by googling “cora buhlert sexy pics”. Now I’m torn between wondering who would be looking for sexy pics of my little old self on the internet and what exactly they were hoping to find. The … Continue reading

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An Interview with Cora, a German cinema scandal, vintage German pulp fiction, writing tips and more

First of all, I’ve been interviewed once again and answer 5 questions for authors and talk a bit about Murder in the Family at Randomize Me. You can also find links to other interviews I have done around the web … Continue reading

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A Pulp Post

There’s nothing to see here today, but why don’t you head over to the Pegasus Pulp blog and read my post about how the rise of e-books and indie publishing is resurrecting the spirit of the pulp era.

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The Plight of the Playboy Hero

I’m still at my parents’. This afternoon, we went to visit my aunt at the care home where she lives. She had lots of other visitors during the holidays, so we figured we’d visit her sometime between Christmas and New … Continue reading

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Celebrating the holidays with a new release: The Spiked Death

I spent most of today wrapping presents and most of tonight decorating the Christmas tree at my parents’ house. There were some unexpected interruptions. For example, somebody replaced a burned out lightbulb on the miniature light string with the flasher … Continue reading

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Celebrating German Unity Day with a new release: Flying Bombs

I used the long holiday weekend to get a new e-book ready for release. Though it features a familiar face or rather mask, for my retro-pulp hero, the Silencer, is back. Hardworking pulp writer by day and steel-masked vigilante by … Continue reading

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GLBT books, vintage pulp heroes, more genre versus literary fiction and bad author blogging advice

By now, you’ve probably all heard about Orson Scott Card’s stunningly homophobic Hamlet retelling. In case you didn’t, here is the review at Rain Taxi that kicked off the controversy. Because arguing with or yelling at Orson Scott Card doesn’t … Continue reading

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