We like telling you about quality fly fishing writing. We like it even better when our friends are involved. Just think how happy we are to tell you about quality fly fishing writing, written by our friends, delivered in a revolutionary new format!
Pulp Fly is a collection of short stories and essays about fly fishing. It was released yesterday, and it’s an e-book – available only through the Amazon Kindle store. HOT TIP: Don’t own a Kindle? That’s OK! You can read Kindle books on your PC or Mac, as well as on your iPad or Android device – not to mention your Kindle.
Who wrote pieces for Pulp Fly? Bruce Smithhammer, Pete McDonald, Bjorn Stromsness, Michael Gracie, Davin Ebanks, Mat Dunn, Alex Landeen, Alex Cerveniak, Raplh Bartholdt and Matt Smythe – an amazing lineup. Kirk Deeter wrote the forward. Cover art is by Bob White. Kirk, Bruce and Pete did the editing. Wow.
If you don’t recognize all the names, how about this? These guys’ work has appeared in Gray’s Sporting Journal, Field and Stream, the Drake, the Fly Fish Journal, and a bunch of other quality publications.
We’re excited and we think you should check it out. It’ll cost you a whopping $4.95. Click right here to get yourself a copy.
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