Pro Se Productions, a publisher of Heroic Fiction and New Pulp, announces a different sort of project for 2013 as well as adding a new artist to its already top notch team of cover creators.
always great," Tommy Hancock, Partner in and Editor in Chief of Pro Se
Productions, states, "when you come across tremendously talented people
who not only are good at what they do, but have a passion for Pulp.
That's Adam Shaw to a T."
Shaw, an artist living in Memphis,
Tennessee, met Hancock at Memphis Comic and Fantasy Convention in early
November and expressed an interest in providing covers for upcoming Pro
Se titles. "I was immediately impressed with his work," Hancock stated,
"and glad to be able to arrange for Adam to be a part of the great
books Pro Se has coming up. I was also quite taken with one particular
image that Adam showed me from his portfolio. An image that just
screams for a story."
With Shaw's permission, Pro Se
Productions announces what could be the first in a new series of
imprints. Tentatively under the title of 'Write To The Cover', the
submission process for this digest anthology is simple enough.
1. The story must be based on the following image created by Adam Shaw. This scene MUST be included in the story.
2. The story must be 5,000 minimum to 10,000 maximum words. A 1-3 paragraph proposal must be submitted to Proseproductions@earthlink.net by December 10th, 2012 to be considered.
3. If accepted, submitted stories will be given a first come, first
print deadline. When a total of 30,000 words has been received, then
the digest will go to publication. Any other stories received after
30,000 words will go into a second digest, if required.
Pay for this anthology will be royalty based and percentages will be
discussed with accepted writers. Please note that Pro Se pays agreed
upon percentages on every dollar made from the sale of its books.
Any questions or comments as well as proposals for the 'Write To The
Cover' Digest based on the art work of Adam Shaw should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. And stay tuned for further announcements very soon concerning books featuring Adam Shaw's Pulp themed artwork.