Features

It's back! The Annual Pulse Short Story Contest! We're looking for original, never-before-published 500 words (or less) short stories to be published in our July 12th issue. Ready, set...write! more

This & That

Professional writer and UTC English professor Sybil Baker has penned quite a few novels, both fiction and nonfiction, and short stories during her career, but her stories haven’t always been set in Chattanooga. “My first three books take place ... more

City Life

This week, people the world over will be celebrating the unofficial holiday known as “Juneteenth.” It’s a week-long celebration of the Abolition of Slavery here in the United States, which occurred on June 19th, 1865. While Juneteenth has been a ... more

Just A Theory

It’s no secret that I’m a self-proclaimed champion of crowd-funded video games. Maybe it’s my way of getting back all those years of experiencing good games die at the hands of loot boxes and half-finished titles at 100 percent market price with ... more

Game On!

Sometimes art is very recognizable as capital “A” Art—we all recognize Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers”, Monet’s “Water Lilies”, even Klimt’s “The Kiss”. Other times art is harder to pin down and exists across multiple media, claiming a more conceptual ... more

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