Sunday, February 10, 2013



Fight Card Publishing is excited to announce celebrated New Pulp author Bobby Nash has joined the line-up of top-notch Fight Card authors.  Bobby tells us, “I’ve been very impressed with the Fight Card books created and edited by Paul Bishop and Mel Odom, and am honored to join the ranks of talented storytellers who are producing some of the best fight fiction ever.”

From his secret lair in the wilds of Bethlehem, Georgia, Bobby Nash writes a little bit of everything including novels (Evil Ways; Deadly Games!; Earthstrike Agenda), comic books (Fuzzy Bunnies From Hell; Demonslayer; Domino Lady vs. The Mummy; Lance Star: Sky Ranger “One Shot”), short prose (A Fistful of Legends; Tales of The Rook; Zombies vs. Robots), novellas (The Ruby Files; Lance Star: Sky Ranger; Blackthorn: Thunder on Mars; The New Adventures of The Eagle), graphic novels (Yin Yang; I Am Googol: The Great Invasion; Bloody Olde Englund), screenplays (Zenoids: “Animal Crackers”, Starship Farragut: “Conspiracy of Innocence”), media tie-ins (Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar; Green Hornet Case Files; Green Hornet Still at Large; Nightbeat; Honey West), and even a little pulp fiction (Domino Lady; Secret Agent X; The Avenger; The Spider) just for good measure. And he sleeps at least once a week, whether he needs it or not.

Between deadlines, Bobby is a part-time extra in movies and television. He is also the co-host of the Earth Station One and Earth Station Who podcasts (, and writes for the All Pulp ( news site. Bobby is a member of the International Association of Media Tie-in Writers.

Coming in late 2013. Nash’s novel, Fight Card: Barefoot Bones, will tell the story of  fighter known as Barefoot Bones due to his less than stellar beginnings in the deep south where he learned to fight out of necessity. Then came a fateful encounter with Father Tim at St. Vincent's Asylum For Boys in Chicago where he was taught the sweet science of boxing. But it’s a long way from St. Vincent’s to a battlefield in Korea where the stakes have never been higher. The one constant in Bones’ life has been fighting. Lucky for him, he’s good at it.

For more information on Bobby Nash please visit him at,,,, and among other places across the web.

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