Welcome to all connoisseurs of fiction and pulp. FreedomFiction.com has grown leaps and bounds since its small sprouting in August 2008. This is the very best fiction from Freedom Fiction Journal... More > (FFJ) since its inception in 2008 till end of 2011. The very best on offer – anywhere on publication. It is an extensive and diverse collection of the best short stories that genre fiction has on offer. And we are proud to represent these gems to you in a single unabridged volume for the first time. Pulp variants that has engaged readers since early 20th century till present early 21st century. That’s the thrill of FFJ. The joy of discovering new worlds and characters and situations. It will take you on a journey that thrills your soul, invigorates your mind and sends shivers through your body.
So let’s begin this journey now, introducing 44 short stories and 2 exclusive interviews. As Hemingway said – “Eschew the monumental. Shun the epic. All the guys who can paint great big pictures can paint great small ones.”< Less
FFJ starts this anthology with back-to-back stories from their most successful and prolific author, Chris Castle. He weaves magic with words. The emotions & sentiments he brings to the fore with... More > his human tales are unmatched so far in FFJ in all its years of existence. So two of his stories start the anthology & then two of his stories end the anthology.
FFJ discovered many new brilliant writers in the past years. Alexandra Burt, Aloysa, Rob Ambrose & 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 give us genre fiction’s best.
Sam S. Kepfield returns with a historical fiction. James Newman returns too. Lot more to name and discover. I will simply state that we have 44 spectacular tales awaiting your pleasure in this book.
Bonus includes interviews with legends Uwe Jarling and Mark SaFranko.< Less