We knew him when

We knew him when

The 2013 Pulp Ark Award Winners have been announced. Congratulations to all the winners, many of whom have appeared on earth Station One.

ESO’s own Bobby Nash won for Best Author- (Yeah. Bobby can’t quite believe it either. It hasn’t fully quite sunk in yet)

He was also involved in the winning projects in these categories as well:

Best Collection/Anthology- The Green Hornet: Still at Large by Various published by Moonstone Books (features Bobby’s story, “The Gauntlet”)

Best New Pulp Character- Rick Ruby created by Bobby Nash and Sean Taylor as featured in The Ruby Files Volume 1 Published by Airship 27 Productions

Bobby posted his thoughts on the win at www.bobbynash.com

PRESS RELEASE:

PULP ARK AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

Tommy Hancock, Editor in Chief of Pro Se Productions and Pulp Ark Coordinator, announces that voting has closed for the open nomination 2013 Pulp Ark Awards. The Winners of the 2013 Pulp Ark Awards are-

Best Novel-
Die Glocke by Barry Reese in The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume 2: Die Glocke published by Pro Se Productions

Best Novella-
The Lone Ranger: Vendetta by Howard Hopkins published by Moonstone Books

GH-SAL-covers-bothBest Collection/Anthology-
The Green Hornet: Still at Large by Various published by Moonstone Books

Best Short Story-
Lucky by Tommy Hancock features in Night Beat: Night Stories published by Radio Archives

Best Cover-
The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume 2 by George Sellas published by Pro Se Productions

Best Interior Art-
The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume 2 by George Sellas published by Pro Se Productions

Best Pulp Revival-
The Wild Adventures of Doc Savage by Will Murray published by Altus Press

RUBY-01-type-layer-v2Best New Pulp Character-
Rick Ruby created by Bobby Nash and Sean Taylor as featured in The Ruby Files Volume 1 Published by Airship 27 Productions

Best Pulp Comic-
The Shadow published by Dynamite Comics

Best Pulp Magazine-
Pro Se Presents published by Pro Se Productions

Best Author-
Bobby Nash

Best New Author-
Jim Beard

“The voting this year,” Hancock noted, “was exciting since it involved so many different creators, works and publishers. Six different publishers are represented in the final tally, with both the Best Author and Best New Author winners being writers for various publishers in 2012.”

The Pulp Ark Lifetime Achievement Award, according to Hancock, is still being determined by the select committee chosen to give the honor to an individual who has done considerable work in furthering Pulp in his/her lifetime.

The awards, 8X10 engraved wooden plaques, will be awarded at Pulp Ark 2013 in Springdale, Arkansas the evening of Saturday, April 27, 2013. Hancock stated that all winners as well as nominees are encouraged to attend, but any winners who could not would receive their awards by mail. Pulp Ark thanks all who nominated, all who voted, and congratulations to all the nominees and especially to the winners of the Pulp Ark 2013 Awards!

For any questions concerning Pulp Ark, contact Hancock at proseproductions@earthlink.net or follow Pulp Ark news at www.pulpark.blogspot.com