Okay folks, Tommy Hancock, my friend and Editor-In-Chief at Pro Se has taken ill. Details below, but the call is going out to all writers and artists in the New Pulp community to pitch in and lend the man a hand.
If you qualify and are interested, keep reading.
If not, please wish Tommy well and go on about your day.
LEGENDS OF NEW PULP FICTION
A benefit anthology for Tommy Hancock
Airship 27 Productions is extremely happy to announce their newest project will be a very special New Pulp Fiction anthology to benefit New Pulp publisher/editor/writer Tommy Hancock. Tommy was recently hospitalized and diagnosed with having congestive heart failure. In a recent to letter to friends and colleagues, Tommy elaborated on his condition and the challenges ahead on his road to recovery.
Within hours, writer Jaime Ramos approached Ron Fortier, Managing Editor of Airship 27 Productions about the possibilities of producing a one-of-a-kind New Pulp anthology that would benefit Tommy and his family and help defray some of the medical bills they will be accruing in the weeks and months ahead. Fortier was immediately receptive and the two will share co-editing credits on the project.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS TO BOTH WRITERS AND ARTISTS.
If you are a published New Pulp writer or artist and would like to contribute to this benefit anthology, you are asked to contact Fortier and request the book’s guidelines and set deadline for both story and artwork. Note, this being an Airship 27 Production, it will feature interior illustrations for each and every story in the anthology. Also important, this is a call for new stories, not reprints. Once the book is assembled, it will be available at Amazon in both hard copy and on Kindle. All profits from the sale of the book will go directly to Tommy and his family.
This is an opportunity for the entire New Pulp community to come together as a family that truly cares for one another. Again, interested creators should contact Fortier at (Airship27@comcast.net) to sign on and request the official guidelines.