PRO SE PRODUCTIONS OPENS SUBMISSIONS CALL FOR UNIQUE MYSTERIES-‘THE CASE OF THE DEFECTIVE DETECTIVE’!
Pro Se Productions, a leading publisher of Genre Fiction and New Pulp, opens a new anthology for submissions today. This collection will focus on Private Investigators, sleuths, and gumshoes who are different in their own way in ‘THE CASE OF THE DEFECTIVE DETECTIVE’.
“The Defective Detective story,” says Tommy Hancock, Pro Se Productions Editor in Chief, “is a neat little sub genre in that really big ocean of mysteries and such. And it’s been around a long time, most recently best shown in TV’s ‘Monk’. It’s intriguing to read a story where the hero has to solve the mystery and yet has something he or she has to overcome to do so, even to survive at times. The mystery is still the key element, but the personal challenge adds a bit of, well, character to the character.”
The Case of the Defective Detective can be set in any time period up to the modern era. These can be mysteries of any type, but must clearly be mysteries/detective stories. The key element is that the featured detective have some sort of challenge that he or she faces personally, be it a medical condition or something else that typical detective heroes do not have to deal with.
Stories for The Case of the Defective Detective must be 10,000 words in length. A proposal of 100-500 words must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Authors not previously published by Pro Se Productions must submit a writing sample of at least two pages with their proposals. Authors whose proposals are accepted must submit the first four pages of their accepted stories as quickly as possible for review by Pro Se staff. Final deadline for completed stories is 90 days following acceptance of proposals.
The Case of the Defective Detective is scheduled for publication in late 2015 by Pro Se Productions.
For more information on this title, contact Morgan McKay, Pro Se’s Director of Corporate Operations, at email@example.com.
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