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Your Pulp (Flash) Fiction Stories

Justin Cox
Justin Cox
This Week In Writing, we celebrate your entries in The Pulp Fiction Writing Challenge and ask for your feedback for future writing prompts.

Images from The Pulp Magazine Archive and PULP-O-MIZER; edited by the author.
Images from The Pulp Magazine Archive and PULP-O-MIZER; edited by the author.
Last month I launched the Pulp (Flash) Fiction Writing Challenge. The prompt invited you to use the Pulp Magazine Archive or PULP-O-MIZER to inspire a pulp fiction story. Today, I’m excited to share with you some of the best stories submitted!
Before we get to the featured stories, let’s talk briefly about future writing challenges and prompts for The Writing Cooperative. I’m always looking for new ways to engage you in the community, so I’m interested in your feedback about this challenge and the possibility of future ones.
Hit reply and let me know what you want to see in future challenges and prompts. It will help me shape new opportunities.
Ok, on to your stories!
This Week's Featured Links
The Backyard Safari Experiment -- A Flash Fiction Writing Prompt Based on Pulp Fiction | Medium
After All is Said and Done. A world without humans is far more… | by Casey Lawrence | Jun, 2022 | Medium
The Riddle of Ruby Red — A Flash Pulp Fiction Story | by Cliff Hightower | May, 2022 | Medium
People are trapped in an escape room. | Medium
This Week's Featured Tweet
Marie Campbell
Writers need to be ruthless when editing their work😁 ‘I was working on the proof of one of my poems all the morning and took out a comma. In the afternoon I put it back again’. OSCAR WILDE.
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