Tip of a Branch, Turning Point in “Poor Thing”

Poor Thing illustration, story by by KM Vaghela, Pulp Literature Issue 2
Poor Thing illustration by Mel Anastasiou, story by by KM Vaghela, Pulp Literature Issue 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I love the story “Poor Thing” by KM Vaghela. Fellow editor JM Landels suggested that I draw the branch that the story turns on. I hoped to show the turning by pointing branches towards each possible outcome: up or down. A detail from a Filippo Lippi painting was most helpful.

You can read “Poor Thing” in Issue 2 of Pulp Literature, along with gripping tales and poetry, beautifully written by JJ Lee, Mary H Auerbach Rykov, Milo James Fowler, Sarah Pinsker, Kris Sayer and other terrific storytellers and artists.
melstepsNote from Mel: At Pulp Literature, we’re Kickstarting our Year Two Subscriptions, just until the end of November. Here’s a link to the page for Pulp Lit. I love being part of editing and illustrating this well-regarded short fiction magazine.  Thanks for considering subscribing to Year 2, issues 5 through 8, of Pulp Literature!

 

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