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A Summer of Short Story Thrills, Chills, and Adventure

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CHANDLER, Ariz., June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- -- Where The Short Story Lives -- celebrates the summer reading season by presenting 90 short stories in 90 days, from June through August. iPulp delivers stories for all ages in a spectrum of genres including classic pulp heroes and heroines, mysteries, horror, science fiction, fantasy, westerns, and more.

The site features exciting, original short stories and exclusive reprints by contemporary writers such as J.A. Jance, Bill Crider, Ed Gorman, Hugo Award-winning authors Ben Bova and Orson Scott Card, and National Book Award winner Pete Hautman.

iPulp's authors also include middle grade and young adult luminaries such as Royce Buckingham, Bruce Coville, David Lubar, and Vivian Vande Velde. Recently, iPulp published its first graphic novel, "Cobweb Detective Club," by up-and-coming artist Dug Nation.

Whether on the beach or on a coffee break, readers will find it easy to escape into iPulp stories. can be accessed from any web-connected device, ranging from a desktop computer to a smart phone. Also, iPulp is optimized for the Apple iPad.

There is no charge to register on iPulp and registration gives readers immediate access to a selection of free stories. iPulp's original stories and exclusive reprints are affordable, ranging in price from just 25c to $1.

iPulp libraries are designed to be shared by families. Parents can create accounts for young readers, and iPulp's filters will only display age-appropriate content.

There's something for everyone at, so let the summer reading season begin!

About -- Where the Short Story Lives

In the past, dime novels and other forms of pulp fiction influenced writers of genre fiction such as Ray Bradbury, Raymond Chandler, and H. P. Lovecraft. Today, the pulps are mostly gone, but -- Where The Short Story Lives -- keeps the genre short story alive and inspires a new generation of writers by taking pulp fiction to the mobile generation. iPulp does not sell eBooks. -- Where The Short Story Lives -- is an integrated publisher and online retailer specializing in short genre fiction, graphic novels, and the occasional serialized novel.

For more information, contact:

Keith Shaw - (480) 773-8958

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