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Pulp Idol - Firsts 2012 Launch

altMonday 10th December, 8-10pm
Day & Night Café, 54 St James St, L1 0AB


We're delighted to announce the publication of the next Pulp Idol - Firsts 2012, which features the first chapters of 11 fantastic new writers. Books will be on sale at the event and we'll also be launching a Kindle edition of the book on the night.

"New writers pen their first chapters. This book is the fascinating result." - Debbie MorganDisappearing Home, Pulp Idol 2010 entrant

"The standard of the entries I read at this year’s pulp idol was exceptional. It’s a superb competition, seeking talent in places where many don’t think to look, and the variety of the writing I was introduced to impressed me enormously." - Luke Brown, Tindal Street Press
"This year's Pulp Idol yielded some of the most powerful and original prose I've read in a long time. A truly notable collection of Firsts." - Helen WalshGo to Sleep, Brass

Pulp Idol is part of Writing on the Wall's commitment to new writing.


This year's finalists


Helen Walsh, Luke Brown, Jon Gale & Debbie Morgan. Pulp Idol Judges and first prize winner.

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