HERE'S WHAT EDITOR DAVID CRANMER HAS TO SAY ABOUT BEAT TO A PULP'S LATEST STORY . .
I’ve made no secret about it; I’m a fan of Sandra Seamans’ fluid writing style and distinct voice. And I couldn’t be happier that she’s taken to bloggin’. Several times a week, you can read her informative thoughts on writing and she is always on top of the latest e-zine offerings. Sandra mainly writes crime/hardboiled stories, but we’re very happy that she stepped outside of her crime-ridden world to tackle BTAP’s first and, so far, only sci-fi short Brothel Justice. Oh, and thankfully, it seems space is pretty crime ridden too.
About the Author
Sandra Seamans has had over a hundred short stories published in print and online in such places as Out of the Gutter, PulpPusher, and The Thrilling Detective. She has written non-fiction in the form of a humor column and slice of life essays that appeared in various local newspapers and regional magazines. Her first published poem appeared in the new crime poetry chapbook, The Lineup, last year.
Her flash story "Home Entertainment", which was published in the now defunct ezine A Cruel World, was short listed for a Derringer Award by the Short Mystery Fiction Society in 2007. She was also co-editor with the late K.R. Mullin who published the quarterly chapbooks A Flasher's Dozen and The Lone Flasher.
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