Is it possible to break new ground in new pulp, and how would you go about it?
|Dig, baby, dig!|
There is as much new ground to break as there are new writers to tell stories.
The trick (or tactic, if you prefer) will be in not just redoing the stories of the past and limiting ourselves to the definitions that come from the bookstores and archivists and collectors/lovers of classic pulp. If we only honor the old definitions, we'll only see the same old stories again and again. We will need to figure out ways to embrace both new characters and new time periods and new ways of telling stories.
|Just a little deeper...|
Why not? The possibilities are endless. Only we ourselves can put up the box and shove ourselves inside it.