Saturday, February 27, 2016

Pro Se Productions to Close to Unsolicited Submissions in March 2016


Pro Se Productions to Close to Unsolicited Submissions in March 2016

Known as a leading innovator in Genre Fiction and one of the most prominent voices in New Pulp, Pro Se Productions announces that as of March 15th, 2016, the company will be closed to unsolicited submissions until further notice.

“Pro Se,” says Tommy Hancock, “has experienced a growth that even we did not expect. The home now to so many great works and continuing series, the fact that authors want to be a part of what we are doing is phenomenal. Having said that, we simply are at a point to where to give everyone already associated with us the best service as a Publisher they deserve, we have to close submissions and focus on what we already have in house and scheduled to come in. At this point, we already have a calendar of books to publish that reaches well into 2018. So, this is a choice we have to make to insure we can meet all current commitments and continue to produce the best in Genre Fiction.”

This closing of submissions is only for unsolicited works, including novels, short stories, and collections. It does not affect or include any series that Pro Se Productions is currently publishing or has agreed to or discussed publishing prior to March 15th, 2016.

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This closing of submissions will be posted on the Submissions page of Pro Se Productions and when submissions are once again open to unsolicited manuscripts, that will be posted on the Submissions page as well.

Email Tommy Hancock at with any questions. Go to for more information on the company and like Pro Se on Facebook at

ill continue to announce and solicit projects, both anthologies and novel length projects. This submissions closure does not impact those books, only unsolicited works.