Note: Short story anthology.
Pur-ple (Pûrpl) N.
1. Any of a group of colours with a hue between that of violet and red.
2. Cloth of a colour between violet and red, formerly worn as a symbol of royalty or high office
3. Imperial power; high rank: e.g. born to the purple.
4. In the Roman Catholic Church, the rank or office of a cardinal or a bishop.
5. Those literary worlds visited by Iris Wildthyme where the prose is as sensual, convoluted and self-aggrandising as Iris herself...
- The Big Crunch by Jim Mortimore
- Frank Reade Jr’s Electric Time Canoe by Steve Mollmann
- Dance of the Voodoo Valkyries by David McIntee
- Iris in Dead Man’s Gulch by Paul Ebbs
- Her and Allan by Simon Bucher-Jones
- Running with Caesars by Geoffrey Hamell
- Amser Gwyllt by Steffan Alun
- The Bronze Door by Dale Smith
- Flash Rogers Conquers the Universe by Richard Salter
- The Web of Terror by Iain McLaughlin
- The Many Lives of Zorro by Richard Wright
- Fantômville by Nick Campbell
- The Devil Wears Panda by Cody Quijano-Schell
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