Rat-A-Tat! Minor Planet Mambo published!

Rat-A-Tat Cover

Exciting hot-off-the-press news from my US publisher Pro Se Productions this morning is that their much-anticipated collection of New Pulp multi-genre short stories Rat-A-Tat: Short Blasts of Pulp is out NOW and has hit the ground running through Amazon outlets worldwide!

This means you can now buy and read my latest story, Minor Planet Mambo, which is published in this anthology.  And I’m delighted to be in such great company within this ‘rogues’ gallery’ of fellow Pro Se authors

Minor Planet Mambo introduces a new science fiction character, ex-Commander Bob Howard of the Solar Federation, now a bounty hunter operating in the Asteroid Belt a couple of hundred years from now, in an action-filled space-noir tale of regret, rage and revenge.

For just £7.16 in paperback format Rat-A-Tat: Short Blasts of Pulp presents a rattling good collection of 28 stories in 190 pages, offering diverse tales of science fiction, fantasy, supernatural, cyberpunk, action, adventure and gangster goodness, offering something for everyone.  You can also buy the anthology in eBook format on Kindle only for £1.83 – what a blast!

Press/media, reviewers, bloggers etc please note the contact details at the end of this post if you’d like to cover this story or review the book.

To quote Tommy Hancock, Partner in and Editor in Chief of Pro Se Productions, in the Pro Se press release issued world-wide this morning:

“Flash Fiction is a rather ‘flashy’ term for what has also been called the short-short story. Although we usually are looking for longer tales, it’s an interesting proposition to see if Pulp authors can deliver the same thrills and chills in a much shorter format. Rat-A-Tat is definitely proof that not only can it be done, but the crew of authors we wrangled into doing it for this collection deliver with both barrels in every single story. Variety abounds in the pages of this multifaceted anthology of flash fiction done right.”

The release continues:

Like Bullets from a Tommy Gun, Pro Se Productions delivers Pulp like no one else in Rat-A-Tat: Short Blasts of Pulp!

Today’s best Genre Fiction authors pull their fedoras down tight, charge their laser blasters, and barrel full speed ahead into Rat-A-Tat. This collection features short short fiction designed to elicit the same emotions, the same edge of the seat thrill, the same action and adventure as classic Pulp stories and New Pulp novels.

Thrill to Pulp delivered in quick, sharp blasts from a rogues’ gallery of authors:

  • Russ Anderson, Jr.
  • Ralph L. Angelo, Jr.
  • Mark Gelineau
  • David White
  • Jaime Hudson
  • Philip Leibfried
  • Nick C. Piers
  • Teel James Glenn
  • Joel Jenkins
  • James Bojaciuk
  • Edward J. Indovina
  • James Hopwood
  • Adam Lance Garcia
  • Logan L. Masterson
  • Kevin Rodgers
  • H. David Blalock
  • A. Stuart Williams
  • James Kinley
  • Ken Janssens
  • Mark Bousquet

Rat-A-Tat: Short Blasts of Pulp, featuring an atmospheric cover by David L. Russell and cover design and print formatting by Percival Constantine, is now available in print on Amazon for $12.00. The collection of flash pulp fiction is also available as an eBook designed and formatted by Russ Anderson on Kindle exclusively for only $2.99.

For more information on this title, interviews with the authors, or digital copies for review, contact Morgan Minor, Pro Se’s Director of Corporate Operations, at directorofcorporateoperations@prose-press.com.

For more information on Pro Se Productions, go to www.prose-press.com

Like Pro Se on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ProSeProductions

Local press in the West Midlands of England are also welcome to contact me via: a.stuart.williams@gmail.com

ASW Fedora

– Stuart Williams


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