BULL is the first and only journal devoted exclusively to Men's Fiction. What Men's Fiction is, however, is open to interpretation. The aim of BULL is to showcase exemplary stories of men's interest, with hopes of promoting a greater definition of the genre. In any case, BULL is a home for fiction that is smart, bold, brazen, and unabashed, not trite or trashy. This is the sole intention behind our tag "Fiction for Thinking Men."
I am really wondering: Is this satire? It's not strictly limited to male authors (the current issue has at least two women in the lineup, if names are to be trusted, out of 14 authors), just "men's interest." Still, if it's for real, I'm perplexed as to why this is necessary. First of all, I can't imagine it's really the first and only venue devoted to men's fiction. Across the vast oceans of time? Secondly, men's voices and interests are hardly underrepresented in all the regular journals. What does it mean? Are they kidding? I'd believe it if you said they were. It is called bull.