Ray Bradbury Comes to iPulpFiction.com

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Science fiction grand master, Ray Bradbury, to lead off and close iPulpFiction.com's Summer Reading Celebration.

iPulpFiction.com’s 90-Stories-in-90-Days Summer Reading Celebration will begin and end with the rare publication of two early works by Ray Bradbury. “The Changeling” will kick off the celebration on June 1st and “The Silence” will close out the summer slate on Sept 1st. “We don’t sell eBooks,” said Keith Shaw, publisher of iPulpFiction.com. “iPulp is a one-of-a-kind reading service that gives readers access to more than 600 short stories and serialized novels anywhere, any time. iPulp stories can be read on any device connected to the Internet. All a reader needs is an up-to-date browser such as Chrome, Firefox, or Safari. We are pleased that Mr. Bradbury is now on our platform.”

The Bradbury works are being produced as part of a joint project with BlackMaskMagazine.com that preserves the literature from classic pulp magazines published by Popular Publications from 1921-1951. iPulp’s summer offerings will include classic sci-fi from Astonishing Stories and Super Science Stories as well as a serialization of A. Merritt’s fantasy novel, Creep, Shadow!

“The old adage ‘Don’t judge a book by its cover’ is a truism when it comes to Popular Publications science fiction imprints,” said Shaw. “Their lurid covers and outrageous titles such as ‘The Brain Beast’ belie the true quality displayed in many of the stories. Readers will be pleasantly surprised.”

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In the past, dime novels and other forms of pulp fiction influenced writers of genre fiction such as Ray Bradbury, Raymond Chandler, and H. P. Lovecraft. Today the pulps are mostly gone, but http://www.iPulpFiction.com — Where The Short Story Lives keeps the genre short story alive and inspires a new generation of writers by taking pulp fiction to the mobile generation. iPulp is a digital reading service; it does not sell eBooks.

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