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Featuring top-notch editing and presentation, the reader is confronted with one breakneck, violent story after another in this, the rebirth of the pulp fiction mag/punk zine, Out of the Gutter. Out of the Gutter 8 contains the most popular pieces posted this year at Out of the Gutter Online (www.outofthegutteronline.com), as well as the editors' personal favorites and seve ...more
Paperback, 114 pages
Published December 1st 2012 by Gutter Books
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Ryan
Mar 18, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Yes, I have a story in this collection. So ignore that. I'm writing about the other ones. The ones that surround me, make me feel humbled just by being included with them. The good stuff is in here, folks. From CS DeWildt's absurd humanity to Isaac Kikrman's beautiful ugliness, it's in here. Mike Monson's understated sadness in "Hot Cups," Andrew Hilbert's ridiculousness in "Two Cowboys..." David James Keaton's nonfiction piece "The Dish Farm" is wild. WILD. The dude writes about transcribing po ...more
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Noir Short Order

This anthology of flash fiction and short stories is perfect for the noir lover without a lot of time on his or her hands. The flash fiction features stories about 5 minutes in length and the short stories about 15 minutes in length. Featured are some of the shining lights of noir. If you don’t have a a lot of time to spend this is perfect for you.
Todd Morr
Feb 26, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Full disclosure, a guy named Todd Mohr, who may be living an interesting life while I think I'm sleeping or maybe is just a victim of my names odd spelling has a story in this one. Since it is a flash fiction piece that takes up less than a grand worth of words I feel o.k. posting a review of the rest, which is uniformly fucking awesome.

There is not a dud in this collection of hardboiled pulp fiction, standouts for me include Daddy's Girl, Family Dynamics, Hot Cups, Tourettes, and Cheated.

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