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Adam Ford defines the writing style, NeoPulp. He states that elements of horror, fantasy, science fiction, realism and satire may all be present in NeoPulp although it is not confined within any of these genres.

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Heat no. 7 (New Series) 2004 Z1116930 2004 periodical issue Bedtime Stories 2004 pg. 185-188
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Meanjin Eternal Summer vol. 66-67 no. 4-1 2007-2008 Z1487359 2007-2008 periodical issue 2007-2008 pg. 227-232
    Note: Inludes a creative writing piece titled, She Called Up Her Mind's Fire and Watched Him Burn. (p. 231-232)
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185-188 The NeoPulp Manifesto (v.2)small AustLit logo Heat
227-232 The NeoPulp Manifesto (v.2)small AustLit logo Meanjin
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