Originally content to sticking to the small press, Fuchs knew he had to change his game plan when producers and foreign publishers came knocking on his door asking about some of Coscom Entertainment’
“I’ve been at this publishing and writing game for a long time,” says Fuchs, an unashamed self-publisher who started Coscom Entertainment as a means to release his own material. “It’s nice to see that despite some of the cold shoulders over the years, self-publishing does indeed have its place and can be used as a launching pad for a small press and solid opportunities.”
All the hard work, thousands of hours invested, the ups and downs—it has paid off. Fuchs and his team of authors are ready to show the mainstream publishing world that there’s plenty of fresh material out there in the monster and superhero genres, two areas of interest that Fuchs made Coscom Entertainment’
“Some people say monsters and superheroes are a kind of weird combination for a press’s niche,” Fuchs says. “Then I remind them the Incredible Hulk combines those niches perfectly, and while we don’t have big green monsters running amok over here, we got plenty of zombie, werewolf, vampire and superhero fiction to satisfy a reader looking for a fun read and wanting to be entertained.”
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Founded in 2004, Coscom Entertainment began its journey as a small press publisher and quickly developed a thick catalogue of Speculative Fiction books, novellas, comics and a couple of magazines.
In 2008, the company changed its focus and began the process of narrowing its backlist, focusing more on superhero books, comics and monster-themed fiction.