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Known for groundbreaking Genre Fiction and as one of the modern leaders in New Pulp, Pro Se Productions debuts its latest digest anthology.  The Wild West and The Final Frontier collide in Pro Se’s SIX GUNS & SPACESHIPS featuring three stories, including a tale by New York Times best-selling author Philip Athans.

“Six Guns and Spaceships,” reviewed Five Time Hugo Award Winner Mike Resnick in a “is a charming book that puts you right there alongside Doc Holliday, Doc Savage, and Doc Smith.”

 

A new sheriff tries to tame a lawless colony in the middle of an alien blood feud. A group of bandits plan to pull off the greatest train robbery ever. What appears to be a simple salvage job erupts into a desperate battle for an incredible prize. Join Best Selling Author Philip Athans, noted New Pulp Author Joel Jenkins, and writer Robbie Lizhini as they saddle up and fly high with three quick drawing, rocket blasting tales.

 

“Two genres” stated Tommy Hancock, Editor in Chief of Pro Se, “that scream to be tangled together are the Western and Science Fiction. We’ve seen it done for decades and it’s a proven formula for unique and exciting stories.  With the author lineup we have in SIX GUNS AND SPACESHIPS, the combination of the two goes to a whole other level.  Stories that harken back to classic dime novels as well as classic science fiction is what you’ll find in this collection.”

 

The volume features an evocative cover by Marc Guerrero, cover design and print formatting by Sean Ali, and eBook formatting by Russ Anderson.  SIX GUNS & SPACESHIPS, edited by Morgan Minor and Nikki-Nelson Hicks is a guaranteed wild ride to the stars and beyond from Pro Se Productions!

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Get your print copy of SIX GUNS & SPACESHIPS at Amazon and or at Pro Se’s site at http://prose-press.com/pro-se-store/.  The volume is also available as an Ebook at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and in nearly all formats at www.smashwords.com.

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Philip Athans is the New York Times best-selling author of Annihilation and more than a dozen other fantasy and horror books including The Guide to Writing Fantasy & Science Fiction, Completely Broken, Arron of the Black Forest, Book I: The Haunting of Dragon’s Cliff (with Mel Odom), Tales From The Fathomless Abyss and How to Start Your Own Religion.

 

Born in Rochester, New York he grew up in suburban Chicago, where he published the literary magazine Alternative Fiction & Poetry. His blog, Fantasy Author’s Handbook (http:// fantasyhandbook.wordpress.com/), is updated every Tuesday, and you can follow him on Twitter @PhilAthans.

 

Robbie Lizhini – Often referred to as a “Jack of All Trades”, Los Angeles based Robbie Lizhini reminds us to ignore the popular phrase ends with “Master of None”. With a skill set that runs among Popular Technology, Writing, Film, Music and the Visual Arts, it is often believed that he is some sort of synthetic life form. This hasn’t exactly been disproved.

 

Robbie has written various new pulp, horror, and mystery short stories. He’s had an and off love affair comics including the five year work on Decypher. And on occasion he pretends he’s a journalist, guest writing on tech and political web magazines.

You can follow his work at: http://writer.phact0rri.com 

 

Joel Jenkins lives with his wife and children in the misty, heron-haunted reaches of the Great Northwest, shadowed in the perpetual gloom of the Rainier Mountains. This former rock vocalist for Static Condition, and Red Die #5 enjoys weightlifting, weapons collecting, and concocting a good tale.

 

Joel has a far more comprehensive list of the aforementioned “good tales” that he’s concocted not to mention his current works in progress which can be found at http://www.joeljenkins.com

 

ABOUT PRO SE PRODUCTIONS (www.prose-press.com)

 

Based in Batesville, Arkansas, Pro Se Productions is a leading independent Publisher on the cutting edge of New Pulp and Genre Fiction today.

 

Genre Fiction, particularly that written in the Pulp Style, is known by many names.  Fiction featuring action and adventure, fast paced, larger than life protagonists and antagonists, over the top characters and tight, yet extravagant plots, is experiencing a resurgence like never before. And Pro Se, publishing New Pulp and Genre Fiction since April, 2010, is a major modern force in the revival.

 

Pro Se is the place to find Super Heroes, Explorers, Fairies, Werewolves, Men’s Men, Femme Fatales and more. If you’re a fan of Westerns, Romances, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Hard Core Crime, and any other Genre available, Pro Se has what you want to read. Specializing in prose books, anthologies, magazines, audiobooks, and more, Pro Se has made a commitment to ‘Put the Monthly Back into Pulp’ and continues to do that successfully, producing at least one new work every month.

 

Pro Se is an innovator in the Genre Fiction market, continually refining its presentation and product and working on exciting new veins of New Pulp to bring to readers and fans of all ages everywhere.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Oldcomicfan
    September 15, 2013 at 9:33 pm — Reply

    Cowboys and Aliens wasn’t a great commercial success, so let’s trying Sixguns and Spaceships??? I seem to remember back in the early 80s Indy boom there was one about a semi-western/over the road trucker saga where the main character was a nun/assassin/trucker, but the title of it escapes me. It was actually pretty good once you got past the cliche of the good nun gone bad, and it proved that mixing genres can work. Also, there was Dalgoda/Flesh and Bones, which was awfully good also if you can find it.

  2. Oldcomicfan
    September 15, 2013 at 9:34 pm — Reply

    Oh, that nun/trucker/thing was set on Mars, if that helps identify it…

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