New issue of Pop Cult now available
Here it is the spring/summer issue of Pop Cult, Essential Reading Material for the Bathroom. Complete with our first ever colour front cover – can you guess the film it is based on? POP CULT SPRING/SUMMER 2011
Sketches by John Harris on why we will all live to regret digital social networking.
A romantic tale by Farah Damji, the talented author of the explosive and compelling book Try Me.
A short story by Crump author PJ Vanston that is guaranteed to make you think twice before using strange technology.
A warning from Pop Cult regular Roland Rock on why it is also adults who should not accept lifts from strangers.
Critically acclaimed author Niven Govinden provides us with a fascinating tale of love in the music industry.
A bit of Sci-Fi from Pop Cult regular Joe Crosby, with the help of Harry Critchner, as the pair attempt to write the scariest story ever told.
Pop Cult regular Christian Heywood consults his crystal ball with his usual madcap (he will hate being called madcap, I’m sure) results.
Plus the usual fine standard of illustration from the Pop Cult graphics team (has there been a better issue for the standard of drawing?)
And… there is an exclusive offer from Shortfire Press on the back page that offers Pop Cult readers a ‘buy one get one free’ on short stories from www.shortfirepress.com when you quote PopCult1
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