Pro Se Productions, a leading Publisher of New Pulp and Genre Fiction, announces that a position long left open has been filled within the company. Tommy Hancock, Editor in Chief of Pro Se Productions, welcomes Rachel Lampi to the position of Submissions Editor for Pro Se Productions.
A position originally filled by noted author Barry Reese, the Submissions Editor for Pro Se Productions reviews manuscripts, both full length novels and short stories, received for consideration of publication by the company. The Submissions Editor reads the submitted works, taking into account storytelling style, editing, writing ability, and several factors and then makes a recommendation to the Editor in Chief concerning the publication or refusal of the reviewed work.
“It is at the point,” says Hancock, “that we simply have to have someone who can not only read and review each submission, but who gives each work the care and attention that is necessary for a proper decision to be made. Barry excelled at doing just that and we’ve waited on filling this spot until we found someone who exhibited the same skill and dedication as Barry had. Rachel, initially coming to Pro Se as a summer intern this year, very quickly showed out of the gate that she not only enjoys reading, but she has a fantastic sense of what Pro Se is looking for and a wonderful eye for what is working and not working for a story. We are pleased to have her join the Pro Se staff and have already benefitted from her work this summer as Submissions Editor.”
Rachel Lampi is a college student at the University of Oklahoma. She is majoring in journalism, with an emphasis in professional writing, and is minoring in history and Irish studies. She’s loved both reading and writing for as long as she can remember, and can almost always be found doing one or the other. She was thrilled to be an intern, then move into the position of Submissions Editor with Pro Se Productions.
Pro Se Productions is not currently accepting unsolicited submissions and will tentatively again accept them on September 1, 2015. Any solicited submissions or proposals for open anthologies should be emailed to email@example.com.
For more information on this position or to interview anyone associated with Pro Se Productions, contact Morgan McKay, Pro Se’s Director of Corporate Operations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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