Saturday, October 10, 2015


I wrote a guest blog post for author Nicole Givens Kurtz's website where I talk about my work on Gary Phillips' Hollis P.I. anthology published by Pro Se Productions. I also talk about how sneaky that darn Tommy Hancock can be. You won't want to miss that.

October is Black Speculative Fiction Month! To celebrate, each Friday in October will be Pulp Fiction Friday. Authors will contribute a post discussing the writing of pulp, mystery, spies, and whodunits in the realms of science fiction and speculative stories. Welcome to Bobby Nash to Pulp Reports!

Read And We're Living Here in Angeltown... here.


A Hard-Boiled Detective Anthology

An innovative Publisher of cutting edge Genre Fiction and New Pulp, Pro Se Productions announces the release of a short story collection featuring one of the best modern hard boiled private investigators to ever grace a page. Birthed full-blown several years ago in the comics mini-series Angeltown, L.A. private eye Nate Hollis, created by noted Genre Fiction author Gary Phillips, makes the jump to prose in six new short stories in Gary Phillips’ Hollis, P.I.

New York Times bestseller Juliet Blackwell (the Witchcraft Mystery series), acclaimed up-and-coming crime writer Aaron Philip Clark (A Healthy Fear of Man) new pulp luminaries Derrick Ferguson (Four Bullets for Dillon) and Pulp Ark award winner Bobby Nash join Phillips in penning these new gritty tales. Five stories feature Nate Hollis with a sixth featuring his sometimes ally, bounty hunter Irma Deuce. The streets are mean, but they don’t hold a stick of dynamite to Gary Phillips’ Hollis, P.I.

GARY PHILLIPS’ HOLLIS P.I. can be purchased at the following:
Amazon (paperback)                             Amazon UK (paperback)
Barnes and Noble (paperback)              Brilliant Books (paperback)
Amazon (Kindle)                                   Barnes and Noble (Nook)
Smashwords (ebook) multiple formats    Amazon UK (Kindle)
Amazon CA (Kindle)                             Barnes and Noble (Nook))
And more…

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