The Pulp Factory's own Bobby Nash was interviewed by Fiona Mcvie for her Author Interviews blog. Bobby and Fiona discuss the writing process and take closer looks at Snow Drive, 85 North, and The Ruby Files Vol. 2. You can read the full interview here. From the blog: Hi my name is Fiona Mcvie. I am a mum and granny. I love reading and baking. I also love finding out about the authors I read, which is why I started this blog, Author Interviews.
The Pulp Factory's own Bobby Nash was interviewed by author Lisa Haselton for her reviews and interviews site last year. It got a little lost in the shuffle, but has now gone live. It's all still good information, except for the what are you working on now question. That's a bit out of date. Bobby and Lisa talk about writing short stories and novels. You can read the full interview HERE.
Interview with short story writer (and novelist) Bobby Nash Today’s interview is with short story writer Bobby Nash. We’re chatting about his crime fiction within the anthology MAMA TRIED: Crime Fiction Inspired by Outlaw Country Music. You can read the full interview HERE. Learn more about Bobby Nash HERE.
Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to announce the first in
a brand new mystery series by prolific New Pulp writer, Fred Adams Jr.“The Eye of Quang Chi,” is the first book in
the Smith Brothers mystery chronicles.
In the early 1900s San
Francisco tycoon Reginald Smith had all a man could
want. His trading business, the Oriental Trade Consortium, had become a
financial empire and the beautiful Ling-Tao wife. Then his fortune changed when
his beloved died in childbirth, giving him two sons, Ming and Hong. The problem
being they were co-joined twins, forever tied to each other by an accident of
Smith hired them a brilliant tutor who convinced him to stop
sheltering his sons from the public. He argued that they would only survive the
cruelty of the world by embracing it, but becoming as strong and clever as
their father. Thus began their true education and upon his death, Reginald
Smith left his vast wealth and influence to his amazing sons.
Now a strange mystery plagues the city’s fabled Chinatown. A mysterious gem from China has been
stolen and believed to be in the city. Pitting their unique intellects and vast
resources, the Smith Brothers take on the case to ward of a bloody tong war.
But can even they solve the mystery of the Eye of Quang Chi before the streets
ran red with blood?
“Ever since signing on with Airship 27 Productions, Fred
Adams Jr. has provided us with some of the most original, exciting and unique
novels to bear the New Pulp label,” applauds Airship 27 Productions’ Managing
Editor, Ron Fortier. “Adams is a retired
college writing teacher and has proven he knows how to tell a story. What has
blown us all away is the strange twist and turns he creates, keeping his
readers off-balance and providing them with new, fresh experiences. Believe me,
The Eye of Quang Chis is no exception.”
Joining the talented writer in presenting this first Smith
Brothers adventure is well known British artist Morgan Fitzsimons, who provided
both the ten interior illustrations and the colorful, evocative cover. “Morgan
is a treasure,” Fortier adds. “Her research in the time and setting of the
story was impeccable and she truly has a flair for the romantic. She was the
perfect choice for this title.”Award
Winning Airship 27 Art Director Rob Davis put it all together with his deft
designing touch and thus offers up one of the company’s most original and
intriguing packages. Fortier concludes enthusiastically with, “We think mystery
fans are going to love with the Smith Brothers.”
PRODUCTIONS – PULP FICTION FOR A NEW GENERATION
Available now at
Amazon in paperback and on Kindle.
Airship 27 Productions is proud to announce the release of
“Bass Reeves – Frontier Lawman Vol 2. This is the second in a series of brand
new stories featuring one of the greatest historical figures of American
In the years after the Civil War, the most successful lawman
to operate in the untamed frontiers was U.S. Deputy Marshal Bass Reeves. An
ex-slave, Reeves pinned on the silver badge because he believed all men to be
equal in the eyes of the law and so he would become an agent of that justice.
In his career he captured over 3,000 felons and survived fourteen major gun
battles. A crack shot with both rifle and pistol, he was never wounded once.
“The first time I heard of Bass Reeves, I was shocked that I
hadn’t encountered him before in the history books I’d read while in school,”
says Airship 27 Productions Managing Editor Ron Fortier. “I mean, what American
child wasn’t brought up on the legendary figures of the Old West like Kit
Carson, Wyatt Earp, Jesse James and Billy the Kid? But why were there no
accounts about this amazing lawman?” Determined to find the answer to that
puzzle, Fortier began his own research and soon discovered it was no accident
that omitted the life of this dedicated deputy marshal from the chronicles of
the Wild West but rather outright bigotry on the part of government sponsored
“At the turn of the 20th Century, the Washington bureaucracy controlled
education in the country and purposely forbade any mention of the contributions
made by blacks in the settling of the West after Civil War. This unconscionable
bigotry became the norm throughout the land,” Fortier continues. “Now it was
time to set the record straight, in any way we could via our limited means. To
that end, Airship 27 Productions put together an anthology featuring four
fictionalized adventures starring Bass Reeves. “If stories could be invented to
further the legends of such peace officers as Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson,
then why not Bass Reeves?”That first
collection of Bass Reeves stories went on to become one of the company’s best
Now, in this second volume of an ongoing series, the Deputy
Marshal finds himself teaming up with a spitfire of a she-devil known as
Quickshot Katy, chasing down desperate train robbers, protecting an army gold
shipment and defending a vicious killer against an entire town demanding blood.
Writers Milton Davis, Mel Odom, Michael Black and Derrick Ferguson have saddled
up to deliver four new action packed western yarns starring the one and only
Bass Reeves. Award winning artist Marco Turini provides the stunning cover and
Airship 27 Productions’ own Art Director and Designer, Rob Davis the twelve
Time to join the posse as the legendary U.S Deputy Marshal
Bass Reeves sets out to once again bring justice to frontier as only he could.
PRODUCTIONS – PULP FICTION FOR A NEW GENERATION!
Now available at
Amazon in paperback and soon on Kindle!