Blue Popcorn means sadness and loss and love. In the pages of Pulphouse Fiction Magazine, it also means very weird and entertaining sadness and loss and love.
The ten stories in this volume range from a dweeby guy trying to win the affection of a beautiful woman, to a tale of a solo man in a future world looking for companionship, to a story about art and the crime it reveals.
Running the gamut from science fiction to fantasy to psychological drama, these tales evoke strong emotion.
"A Better Man Than You" by Jerry Oltion and Kent Patterson
"Rose in Dreamland" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
"Under the Blood-Red Maple" by Joslyn Chase
"A Cherub by Any Other Name" by Annie Reed
"Small Discrete Intervals from a Sample Size of One" by J. Steven York
"A Night Under the Stars" by Lisa Silverthorne
"Bravo and Jazz" by Ron Collins
"The Man Who Married His Wife's Thigh" by Bonnie Elizabeth
"Virtual Oracle" by Leigh Saunders
"The Pearce Shootout" by Robert J. McCarter