Book Submissions Guidelines
Please write to us explaining your idea and enclose an outline and a sample chapter of the proposed book (typed and double-spaced, please) along with sample illustrations where applicable. For Children’s books, please submit full manuscripts.
Submissions. Be sure to include information about yourself with particular regard to your skills and qualifications in the subject area of your submission. It is helpful for us to know your publishing history—whether or not you’ve written other books and, if so, the name of the publisher and whether those books are currently in print.
Be sure to include your name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address. We will not return any materials submitted to us unless you specifically request that materials be returned and include, along with your submission, a stamped, self-addressed envelope.
Please note that we cannot guarantee the return of materials received. Please do not send original art or irreplaceable work of any kind. We are not responsible for any loss or damage.
Please send submissions to:
COMIC BOOK ARTISTS AND WRITERS
For more of a precise submission to Reco Comics, artists can send in submissions base on the Champ story and the Hero script below. Writers can submit a script base on the Champ story. This what I called our Try-Out Submission. Take note that all characters in the story & script are African-Americans.
Former world heavyweight boxing champion CC walks into his old gym to visit his former trainer. They greet and talk while fighters are in the background hitting heavy bags, speed bags, jumping rope and shadowboxing. Almost in the middle of the gym is a 20 foot boxing ring with two boxers sparring dressed in the typical training attire such as headgear, 16 oz. Boxing gloves, mouthpiece, hip & groin guard?
Between rounds, one of the boxers, let’s call him the aggravator, challenges CC to into the ring for one round. CC tries to ignore him, but after a few more taunts decides to take him up on his challenge. All of the fighters in the gym stop training to watch this spontaneous event. CC takes his skirt off and puts on 16 oz. boxing gloves, donned with only his street shoes and pants he enters the ring. To the dismay of no one, CC gives the aggravator a thorough boxing lesson, dropping him twice in one round. Everyone in the gym starts chanting "CC, CC, CC," while he takes off the gloves and waves good bye to everyone as he exits the gym.
She thanks him as she hands him her business card.
Here is a Birdseye view, looking down over the scene about 40 high. One police car arrives; the Reporter is alone as two policeman get out of the car.
Still at a Birdseye view, looking down over the scene about 40 high. One policeman questions the Reporter while the other arrests the villain.
Still at a Birdseye view, looking down over the scene about 40 high, we pull back little to a mid shot of the Hero observing the scene a top of a building.
Please send tryout submissions to:
You can also electronically submit tryout submissions to the email address below:
Contact info: email@example.com
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