Sunday, January 27, 2013

Five Years Begins at BEAT to a PULP

Five years begins today at BEAT to a PULP. Damn, that time has bulleted by, and who am I to drag it down with pretentious meanderings. So, real quick, HUGE thanks to the writers and editors who made it an award-winning and successful run to date. Now, let’s get to 2013 and our story of international intrigue by Andrew Nette called “One Ashore in Singapore.”

8 comments:

Dan_Luft said...

Love BTAP. I first read it because you got some authors I had already read. But you've introduced me to a LOT of other writers on the rise.

These days, a huge chunk of my reading time is spent with authors I first read there.

Thank you. Great stuff.

Charles Gramlich said...

Off to check it out. Five years. Wow!

Randy Johnson said...

Been that long, huh? Didn't realize.

David Cranmer said...

That means a lot, Dan. And comments like that keep me plugging along.

You've been a big supporter and contributor, Charles. Gracias, sir.

Randy, We actually started the planning process in the middle of 2008 and our first few stories arrived by year's end. So four full years and some change in the can. Beginning our fifth year.

Oscar said...

Congrats on BTAP! May the next five be just as successful!

Chris Rhatigan said...

Congrats. Keeping a high-quality publication going for that long is an accomplishment.

Chris said...

Happy birthday, BTAP! As the first publication to ever unleash my fiction writing on the world, back when I didn't really even know if I could write short stories, there'll always be a warm spot for you in this cold black heart!

David Cranmer said...

I appreciate all the well wishes. Keeps me moving forward.