Proxima 2.0 – New Print Publications for 2012 and 2013 – Joseph D’Lacey and all that!

Posted: March 26, 2012 in Uncategorized

ImageProxima Books has signed Joseph D’Lacey for a full print and e-book publication of his latest horror novel, “Blood Fugue”, and with this exciting development we’re entering a new era for our imprint.

We are moving more aggressively into the print market and seeking to promote quality fiction from new and established authors. Along with Joseph’s eco-horror, we’ll also be publishing Niall Boyce’s “Veronica Britton: Chronic Detective” as a full print novel later in 2012. To complete this print run, we’ll also be publishing our “Best of British Fantasy” in early 2013.

Consequently we are calling for submissions, for a limited time only, for 2013. We will be looking for eclectic variations on science fiction, fantasy, alternative history, heroic or anti-heroic adventure, magic, horror, Gothic, supernatural, mythic or urban fantasy, and any blurring of the above sub-genres.

A brief synopsis is required for all submissions, and your first three chapters. Include a writing-specific CV or account of your writing history, a few lines about the book, including word count, and why your submission would suit Proxima.

All submissions should be by Word document. RTF will be accepted, though Word is preferred. Other formats may be rejected. Please include your title, or an abbreviation of it, and your surname in each file name, attaching the synopsis separately.

 Submissions by email only to steve@proximabooks.com.

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