The only pulp magazine in print is only getting better and we're back with a host of the best and baddest new hardboiled fiction and more! We're showcasing stunning new talents and giving established writers a chance to cut loose and explore their darkest selves. We've also got more fun facts, more ad parodies and more nonfiction, including a crash course on the American gangster and two interviews with real life criminals, "Adventures of a Meth Monster" by Seth Ferranti and "Hooked" by Dale Bridges.
This is a 5.5 inch wide by 8.5 inch tall perfect bound book, 200 pages, full color cover, fully illustrated black and white interior, printed on high quality (not pulp) paper. The price through retailers is $13.50 and the price through us is $12.00 plus $2 shipping and handling.
" . . . Gutter is the bastard child of Blue Murder . . . [I]t's profane, lewd, violent, and frequently funny. Despite its low-rent origins, it's also a nice looking package . . ."
--Graham Powell, crimespot.net
"The first issue of Out of the Gutter sure as hell lives up to its name. It’s 212 pages of hardcore, nuts-kicking fiction about murderers, pimps, drug dealers, whores, drunks, junkies, bent cops, born losers and other assorted scumbags . . . But that’s not all you get for your $13.50, buddy. There are joke ads for things like a 'Psychotic Bomber Kit' and the 'Charles Asshole Workout Plan.' You get fun facts about Mexican prostitution, the Russian mob and cannibal Albert Fish . . . The editors of Out of the Gutter have put together a collection of some of the nastiest crime fiction around. I can’t wait to read the next issue."
--Patrick Shawn Bagley, Hillbillies and Hitmen
"I've got to hand it to the folks at OUT OF THE GUTTER. They've put together a helluva fun package with great content."
--Nathan Cain, Independent Crime
"If you're not squeamish, this collection is as good as they come . . . across the board."
--Charlie Stella, critically acclaimed author of such novels as Jimmy Benchpress and Shakedown
"You're going to get what the cover promises. These are rough and tumble stories, and some of them hit like a fist in the face."
--Bill Crider, award-winning author and social commentator
"With but a single issue, Matthew Louis has thrown down the gauntlet, set a new standard for unflinching, deliciously dirty, exploitative tough-ass fiction . . . I can't wait to see what happens next."
--Victor Gischler, Edgar-nominated author of Gun Monkeys, Suicide Squeeze and Shotgun Opera
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