When something works, it works! And when it works, there comes a time it must grow, add on to continue to work! ALL PULP has reached that point! ALL PULP’s Spectacled Seven, the founders and up until now only staff of the site are reaching out to interested parties and OPENING UP THREE POSITIONS ON THE ALL PULP STAFF FOR REPORTERS! That’s right, ALL PULP needs webhunters, newscrawlers, and info junkies to help gather news from the ever growing number of pulp outfits, to find new players in the game, and to interview the best in the field as well as the up and coming talent!!! These positions come with no pay, but each reporter will be able to identify themselves as being with ALL PULP, which is turning out not to be a bad thing… These positions may also handle pulp reviews if the person applying has experience with reviews.
If interested, here’s what it takes to qualify for the position-
An interest in the pulp community
The ability to find new pulp sites, work up news stories, follow up press releases and assignments given by
ALL PULP EIC
The ability to contribute as often as possible, multiple times weekly to the content on the ALL PULP site.
If you’re interested in applying for one of these three positions, please send a letter of interest, a resume of writing/pulp background if you have one, and a sample news story you’ve written up concerning anything in pulp. The sample should be no longer than three paragraphs in length. If you do intend to apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you are applying, then send the above information post haste!
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SECOND DODGE DALTON BOOK COMING, COVER RELEASED!
Author Sean Ellis, creator of DODGE DALTON, and Seven Realms Publishing have announced that the second Dodge Dalton book, DODGE DALTON AT THE OUTPOST OF FATE, is nearing completion. In anticipation of that, the book’s cover has been released! Stay tuned to ALL PULP for more developments from DODGE DALTON!!
PRO SE ANNOUNCES HIRING OF STAFF ARTIST!
Pro Se Productions announces today that the Pro Se Presents Magazine line now has a Staff Artist. Art chores to this point have been handled wonderfully by several contributing artists and Pro Se appreciates the work each of them has done. In an effort to further improve the consistent look of the magazine line, however, the choice was made to bring on one individual to handle all interior art chores. Clayton Hinkle, a past contributing artist, was offered and has accepted this position.
Clayton is 53 years old, recent heart attack survivor, happily married, no kids, 1 dog. Though his official (day-job) work title is auto-equipment operator (truck driver), , Clayton considers himself a pulp/comic/book artist/illustrator, and is working hard to attain that title as his official job. Clayton has a life long love for comics, paper-backs and pulps and has been drawing such as far back as he can remember as well.
Pro Se Editor in Chief Tommy Hancock stated, “We’re very excited to have Clayton on board. All of the artists we have used in our magazines have been great, but we’ve done such a wonderful job of establishing a ‘Pro Se’ style of sorts that we felt to further that we needed to have a regular artist and Clayton fits the bill and has such a range of skills that we’re honored to have him.” Hancock pointed out that Clayton would also be working on upcoming book covers as well for Pro Se Productions, but that other opportunities still existed for artists within the company and that announcements on these opportunities would be forthcoming.
Another change Pro Se is making as of their most recent issue is stories under 10,000 words, considered ‘short-shorts’ by Pro Se will no longer have accompanying art. Stories that are 10,000 words are more will have accompanying art. When asked the reason for this change, Hancock stated that it was both artistic and work related. “We now have one person doing the art,” Hancock commented, “so we need to consider him in this. Also, we hope this encourages longer stories from submitting writers.”