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  • By Ujjwal Dey
    Jan 20, 2012
    An eclectic mix of all flavours of genre fiction. The very best of fiction from 2011 now on sale online. A grand compilation of 196 high quality 8.5 inch × 11.0 inch pages containing 19 spectacular tales that will entertain you every time you pick it up. Truly, pulp to grind your senses!!! Welcome to all connoisseurs of fiction and pulp. What a year it has been. The quality of Freedom Fiction Journal (FFJ) publication has grown leaps and bounds through the incredible talent it attracts from the whole wide world. The exceptional authors presented throughout the year have made an impactful presentation of what FFJ now stands to be – a home to diverse and eclectic mix of all genres of superbly crafted short stories. We launch this third Annual Anthology Edition with great respect and gratitude to the authors, artists and fans who have made us a common name on the internet. We hope to continue bringing a weekly dose of the best and most entertaining fiction spread in the new year as... More > well. We start of this anthology with back-to-back stories from our most successful and prolific author, Chris Castle. He weaves magic with words. The emotions and sentiments he brings to the fore with his human tales are unmatched so far in FFJ in all its years of existence. So two of his stories start the anthology and then two of his stories end the anthology. We discovered many new brilliant writers in the past year. Alexandra Burt, Aloysa, Rob Ambrose and Emal Rustemi have brilliant new pulp tales that will make you wonder at the possibilities of fiction and how it can be used to map the human consciousness, endeavours and attitudes. Andrew Bud Adams, Jon-Paul Stracco and Nicholas Coriz surprise us with passionate writing that adds to genre fiction’s best. The Cover Image is from award winning photographer Eleanor Bennett. Our last year’s favourite, Sam S. Kepfield returns with a historical fiction saga that will warp your mind. James Newman also returns this year with a modern take on a mythological villain. Lot more to name and discover but I won’t spoil your fun. I will simply state that we have 19 spectacular tales awaiting your pleasure in this book. We provide an eclectic mix of fiction from varying genres in short stories. FFJ is listed in both and literary guides and meets their guidelines to be listed in their respective websites. We have contributions in fiction and/or art from diverse countries such as: USA, UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, Germany, Sweden, The Netherlands, Slovenia, Israel, Philippines, Thailand, India, etc. We at FFJ enable sharing of thoughts and expanding of horizons. We also nominate stories for the Pushcart Prize every year. We have a delightful spread for you in this Anthology. So let the ink flow, behold the canvas – the third Anthology is alive. Contents: “Trash*Can*Sam*” by Chris Castle “Speech Bub” by Chris Castle “How Do You Say This In Russian?” by Alexandra Burt “According to Lizzy” by Aloysa “Quit” by Jon-Paul Stracco “Jury” by Jim Spry “They Call Me Madman” by Andrew Bud Adams “The Eye Of The Beholder” by Rob Ambrose “The Thunderbird” by Emal Rustemi “Vanguard” by Sam S. Kepfield “Jackson Jones: PPI” by Nicholas Coriz “Ravana” by James Newman “Cleaning Man” by Tom Larsen “Playmates” by Thomas Cannon “I, Sita” by Shefali Choksi “That Holiday Newsletter” by Diane Arrelle “Last Bus To Home Planet” by Ujjwal Dey “Beginners” by Chris Castle “Voodoo Radio” by Chris Castle Check “Twisted Tales” section for past anthologies (vol 01 and vol 02). * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *< Less
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Product Details

First Edition
Freedom Fiction Journal
January 19, 2012
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.35 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
8.5 wide x 11 tall
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