New Pulp Press, which has several titles up on their Web site, including The Disassembled Man by Nate Flexer, and The Butcher's Granddaughter by Michael Lion.
Switchblade, an imprint of PM Press. They're first two titles are a reprint of Gary Phillips' The Jook, and what looks to be a cheery little novel about white slavery called I-5 by Summer Brenner.
Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: War Birds, January 1932 - You just don't run across stories with titles like "Fokker Dust" anymore. Thomson Burtis was a well-known writer of aviation and air-war stories, but I don...
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