Arsenal Pulp Press

ARSENAL PULP PRESS is a VANCOUVER literary and trade book publisher, founded in 1971 as Pulp Press by a collective of young writers disenchanted with what they perceived to be the academic pretensions of Canadian literature at the time. As well as books, the press published broadsheets and pamphlets and 3-Cent Pulp, a monthly literary magazine that sold for 3 cents. Pulp also initiated the THREE-DAY NOVEL WRITING CONTEST in 1978. In 1982 Pulp became Arsenal Pulp Press and since that time has...

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