Friday, August 21, 2015


A sneak peek at an upcoming project featuring my work.

An innovative Publisher since 2010, Pro Se Productions strives continually to provide readers and fans the best in Genre Fiction available, including offering the fantastic work produced by its authors in as many formats as possible. The publisher announces a partnership that takes the work the company does to a whole new level, adding audiobooks to its already impressive catalog of print and digital books. Pro Se Productions joins forces with Radio Archives, the leading producer of Pulp related audiobooks as well as the best quality old time radio collections and audiobooks available, to produce audiobook versions of Pro Se titles.
“Audiobooks,” says Tommy Hancock, Partner in and Editor in Chief of Pro Se Productions, “are a definite ready made fit for the sorts of stories Pro Se Productions publishes. It’s an avenue we’ve explored in the past and are more than excited to be pursuing once again with Radio Archives. Not only do Tom Brown and company have the reputation of quite honestly pioneering the bringing of Pulp classics into the 21st century as audiobooks, they also are considered the best in audio production in the business. The hosts of voices that will now bring Pro Se works to life simply boggles the imagination and makes me excited, both as a publisher and a fan, for what is to come.”
The relationship between the two companies gives Hancock and Radio Archives an opportunity to work together again. Previously, he was in charge of the company’s newsletter and involved in promoting several of Radio Archives’ products and major announcements.
Based in Batesville, Arkansas, Pro Se Productions is a leading independent Publisher on the cutting edge of New Pulp and Genre Fiction today. Genre Fiction, particularly that written in the Pulp Style, is known by many names. Fiction featuring action and adventure, fast paced, larger than life protagonists and antagonists, over the top characters and tight, yet extravagant plots, is experiencing a resurgence like never before. And Pro Se, publishing New Pulp and Genre Fiction since April, 2010, is a major modern force in the revival.
Pro Se is the place to find Super Heroes, Explorers, Fairies, Werewolves, Men’s Men, Femme Fatales and more. Fans of Westerns, Romances, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Hard Core Crime, and any other Genre available will find what the love at Pro Se Productions. Pro Se is an trendsetter in the heroic fiction market, continually refining its presentation and product and working on exciting new veins of Genre Fiction to bring to readers and fans of all ages everywhere.
“I’m thrilled to be working with Tommy Hancock again.” says Tom Brown, owner of Radio Archives, LLC. “Watching Tommy build Pro Se Productions into what it has become, has been fun and gratifying as one of Tommy’s early mentors.” “Radio Archives has the reputation for being the leader in high quality restorations of Old Time Radio shows for the last 16 years and we are very proud of the 300 radio sets we have released In 2011, Radio Archives expanded into audiobooks and we have 286 audiobooks that we have released or are currently in production.”
Production on selected Pro Se publications will begin immediately and will include both new works as well as books already in the catalog. Pro Se Audiobooks will be available as audio downloads primarily via Amazon.
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