Spanking Pulp Press is the brainchild of John Daysh and James A. Newman.
Newman began writing fiction when he came out of rehab. He was addicted to pulp fiction. There was no cure. Before that he played guitar and sang in neu-gazer bands in London. Newman moved to Bangkok in the year 2001 and began writing fiction. He lived in ten dollar hotel rooms and survived on chemical whiskey and raw luck. Newman has published over fifty short stories in various publications all over the world; most recently for Big Pulp Magazine. His novel Bangkok Express appeared in 2010. The sequel Bangkok City was published by Booksmango in 2012. A collection of his short stories Thailand after Dark documents his short story ventures. Other titles include Lizard City his latest pulp horror novella - a free book. His new book Stripper Ripper is set for release later in 2012. His interests include noir fiction, beer Leo, Charles Bukowski, and travelling around on Bangkok busses dreaming about the oncoming apocalypse.
John Daysh is a semi-reformed degenerate who is getting better at blending in. He loves cold beer Chang, marmite on toast, reclining armchairs, doggy-paddle, sneezing fits and languidly stroking his imaginary pet giraffe, George.
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Lost Innocence: The Accused. Part One
by Simon Palmer
Michael, an artist charged with a crime he claims he didn’t commit, and John, a self-confessed heroin smuggler, are brought together in the primitive and over-crowded prison infamously known as the BANGKOK HILTON.
Cut out the Middleman
by John Daysh
In this novel By John Daysh tropical island life flips upside down as rat-race drop out Nick falls into a world of drugs and crime, while looking for was a slice of paradise in the sun.
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