Airship 27 is excited to present three new pulp tales that shine a light on American sports.
Each displays the inherent drama and personal sacrifices required when any man or woman pits their strength of will to accomplish their goals.
“Next to religion, nothing contributes more to the American way of life than sport.”
Jock McKenzie, award winning New Hampshire sports reporter and radio personality. 1925-2013
BROOKLYN BEATDOWN – Derrick Ferguson – Levi “Dancer” Kimbro faces his greatest challenge in the ring vs the savage Deathblow Ballantine. This time it’s personal.
BASEBALL IN DECEMBER – Dexter Fabi – A young rookie player is mentored by an old pro and together they experiences the longest record season in the game’s history.
THE KICKER – Ron Fortier – Returning Vietnam veteran Lucas Brown must over come a tragic disability to recapture his dreams of gridiron glory.
Here are three dramatic stories detailing the excitement, thrills, beauty and drama that is American Sports as told by today’s New Pulp scribes. Artist Adam Shaw provides the powerful cover and Art Director Rob Davis the twelve interior illustrations. The clock is ticking, the game is on the line and only the best will triumph.
AIRSHIP 27 PRODUCTIONS – PULP FICTION FOR A NEW GENERATION!
Available now from Amazon in paperback and soon on Kindle.