Pulpish – “Haiku” by Marc Sorondo

The-Maze- William-Kurelek-1953 Via Daily Art Fixx

Properly composed

The poem becomes a cage

Traps the wailing soul



Marc Sorondo lives with his wife and children in New York. He loves to read, and his interests range from fiction to comic books, physics to history, oceanography to cryptozoology, and just about everything in between. He’s a long time student and occasional teacher.

For more information, go to MarcSorondo.com

Pulpish is Twitter (Micro) fiction in the vein of stories found in pulp magazines and novels.   I will be posting some of my own on Mondays, but I would love to post yours as well.  Take a look at the Pulpish link at the top right of the page.

It’s been done before, but it is a nice release as I write my dissertation and I love to hear about other authors.

I  envision it as a small taste of their work and a little bit about themselves.  The actual post will appear on my main blog but here are some guidelines for anyone interested in posting.

Pulpish starts with a Twitter sized story (140 characters max.)  The guidelines are really any genre that would fit into a pulp magazine.


Along with the story, send me a small bio with your publications and your website, Twitter, Facebook, etc.

This is just for fun and exposure, but it is very fun and hopefully it will help writers get connected to other writers and readers.

Send your Pulpish story and your information to stanleyweiss2 <at> gmail.com


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