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The Blaft Anthology of Tamil Pulp Fiction now on the Kindle!

We featured The Blaft Anthology of Tamil Pulp Fiction before, including an interview with the publishers, and link to a review by Anna Tambour.

Mad scientists! Desperate housewives! Murderous robots! Scandalous starlets! Sordid, drug-fueled love affairs! This anthology features seventeen stories by ten best-selling authors of Tamil crime, romance, science fiction, and detective stories, none of them ever before translated into English, along with reproductions of wacky cover art and question-and-answer sessions with some of the authors. Grab a masala vadai, sit back and enjoy!

Now the anthology is available on the Kindle, for anyone who hasn’t yet got a copy.

 

August 1, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , ,

1 Comment

  1. At last! Crack two coconuts to the Kacham Kurichi Perumal, the God who hates to take a shower. This antho is sheer bad awesomeness, people. Don’t hesitate for a second. Buy it. Then find a busy street intersection, situate yourself to be maximally inconvenient to the traffic, flip open the ereader, enjoy!

    Comment by Anil Menon | August 1, 2012


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