Latest images of personalities and happenings from the world of Pop Literature.


A shot of a very young Frisky Moser, author of novel Jack Strat and His Baby Blues.


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Clint Margrave wrote a phenomenal short story with the ultra-provocative title “The Fetus.” (It’s not political. But it is literature.)



Editors at end of a night on the town in Ann Arbor.


Joseph S. Pete photo



Joseph S. Pete photo

Illinois writer Joseph S. Pete wrote two excellent Appreciations for our All-Time American Writers Tournament.



Alan with LPs

Is Alan Swyer‘s “Country Sweetheart” the story of the year?


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For National Poetry Month, a photo of one of our favorite poets, Erin Knowles Chapman.


NK in April 2016


NK in April 2016      NK in April 2016


NK in April 2016

Norbert Kovacs writes vigorous pop fiction. We have “The Fight.”


Calder Lorenz

Short story writer Calder Lorenz, making his first appearance at New Pop Lit.



Another photo of NPL editor “KMC” Kathleen M. Crane in Philadelphia, March 2017.


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“Young Writer” Jess Mize with her biggest fan.

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Kathleen Crane caught in a candid moment during Philly trip.



New Pop Lit editors at Philadelphia’s famed Academy of Music, March 11, 2017.


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Lauren N. Jackson is being featured in our “Young Writers” essay, along with her story, “The Spore Guild.” A can’t-miss literary star of the future.




Photo of writer Scott Cannon (“Yacht Party”) and his wife Shannon at recent wedding of son #2.



But we prefer this one!



Poet, writer, artist Ana Prundaru, whose short story “Elusive Instinct” appeared at New Pop Lit on 1/18/2017.


New Pop Lit Editor Karl Wenclas in Philadelphia.



New Pop Lit Contributing Editor Kathleen M. Crane “searching for Hemingway” in Madrid sometime last decade.


We consider good writers to be stars. We’re out to treat writers like rock stars. As exciting personalities. It’s the only way the literary art can compete in this hyper-noisy age. Our goal is only to be the coolest literary site ever!

(Public domain art by Robert Delaunay.)




3 thoughts on “Gallery

    1. No. We’re still a fledgling outfit, putting down a foundation for future growth. For the foreseeable future we believe it’ll be better for both ourselves and the writers we publish for us to concentrate all time and limited resources on promotion– getting word out about both our site and the “pop-lit” writers we publish. Establishing our brand AND the names of writers. Our objective will be to establish a circle of a dozen or two writers, whose work best fits our intended model, and regularly or at least intermittently publish and promote those writers. History in endeavor after endeavor shows this is the path to take if you want to breakthrough and achieve consciousness in the greater culture. We’re very ambitious, and we’re looking for at least a few very ambitious writers willing to be part of this. The question will become at some point: what’s the writer’s goal?

      We need better, punchier, more readable writers than the stodgy mainstream variety, but we also seek a few faces and striking personas to go along with that writing.

      We hope this answers your question!

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