84 minutes | Jul 12, 2014

Publishers with Tommy Hancock

In the age of self-publishing when anyone can be a writer and the gatekeepers no longer matter, the question of whether or not publishers are still necessary is often raised. Tommy Hancock, editor-in-chief of Pro Se Productions, returns to the Exploding Typewriter to discuss these very topics. Listen to Tommy as he explains what Pro Se offers its authors, how they put out their books, and whether or not publishers are still viable. Perry and Tommy also discuss the current state of New Pulp, some of the problems it faces, and some of the ways it can expand beyond its current boundaries. Check out Pro Se’s website Sign up for the Pro Se newsletter
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