A. M. Paulson-Author
A. M. PAULSON-AUTHOR
A. M. Paulson had been making up stories sense she was able to talk. When her father read to her The Lord of the Rings, she developed a love for writing, along with her love of both fantasy and sci-fi. In the fifth grade, she had her playThe Ultament Game winMost Creative in a summer play contest. Then in the eighth grade, she was voted most likely to write a bestselling novel. A member of various groups local groups in the city of Memphis, such as The Millington Science Fiction Writers Guild, the Society for Creative Anachronism, and the Clockwork Mechanalists. She has had her work published in Steampunk Magazine and has a story published by Pro Se Productions. She is currently going to the University of Memphis where she is majoring in theater design. When she is not at school, Ms Paulson is working on her stories with her dog Arewn sitting next to her.
Vigilantes! Dark Cookies! Ninjas! Cops! Dog Detectives! All this and more available this month in PRO SE PRESENTS #15. Authors Aaron Smith, Brad Mengel, David White, Adam Lance Garcia, and A. M. Paulson bring you two fisted action, spine tingling suspense, and even family friendly adventure in this issue, showing that New Pulp has something for everyone! Pro Se Presents 15 features great design work and art by Sean E. Ali and Ebook Formatting by Russ Anderson! Pro Se -Puttin' The Monthly Back into Pulp!
Pro Se Presents, the multiple award winning magazine, debuts in its larger quarterly format with PRO SE PRESENTS #19! Featuring a new BROTHER BONES tale from New Pulp Veteran Author Ron Fortier, this action packed issue also includes stories from Kevin Rodgers, Jilly Paddock, Charis Taylor, and Ron Capshaw! Aaron Smith's hockey star turned detective Marcel Picard makes his return in PSP 19 alongside the magazine debut of Ralph L. Angelo, Jr.'s Torahg the Warrior (Recently debuting in his own novel from Pro Se)! The magazine also includes its share of mystery with the second adventure of Joan the Dog Detective by A. M. Paulson and an intriguing essay from Robert Kingett entitled THE DEATH OF SHERLOCK HOLMES- A DATED UPRISING! Wrapped in an eerily excellent Brother Bones cover by Rob Davis, Pro Se Presents #19 has enough mystery, fantasy, horror, and more to keep any Pulp fan happy!