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Brain Mill Press wants diversity from authors

January 9, 2019


Brain Mill Press is a midsize traditional publisher located in Green Bay, Wisconsin. They produce 15 to 20 books each year in fiction of all genres, memoir, and poetry. They also publish VOICES, a digital magazine that highlights essays, opinion, commentary, and poetry by emerging and established writers and makers. They are looking for authors […]

Woodbine House wants books about special needs kids

September 20, 2018


Woodbine House is a publisher specializing in books about children with special needs. Their titles cover ADHD, autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, early intervention, inclusion, special education, communication skills, and more. Since 1985, they have published books geared toward parents, children, therapists, health care providers, and teachers. They are especially receptive to books that are […]

Shade Mountain Press wants submissions by Deaf and disabled women

September 13, 2018


Shade Mountain Press is seeking literary fiction, either novels or short story collections, ONLY by D/deaf and/or disabled women. No children’s books or young adult fiction, please. They especially love: long novels (or long stories within a collection) that span decades or more omniscient narrators (but first-person is good too) magic realism, speculative fiction, slipstream […]

Fireside open to submissions in August

August 6, 2018


Fireside Fiction is the publisher of novels and novellas as well as a popular and respected short story magazine, Fireside Magazine. Fireside will be open to novel and novella submissions during the month of August. Announcing an Open Call for Novel and Novellas They are open to all genres as long as the story is […]