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Publishers spotlight HERstory

October 11, 2017

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Aunt Lute Books is a nonprofit multicultural women’s press based in San Francisco. For over thirty years, they have published literature by women from a broad range of communities. They publish work by women, both transgender and cisgender, not traditionally served by mainstream publishers, particularly works by women of color. A number of well-known feminist […]

Gibbs Smith will launch new historical fiction imprint

October 5, 2017

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Gibbs Smith has announced they will be launching a new adult and children’s fiction imprint in the fall of 2018. A well-established publisher of a variety of adult and children’s nonfiction books, Gibbs Smith accepts agented and unagented finished manuscripts. They are currently seeking submissions in the following categories: Adult fiction Historical Set more than […]

Literary sci-fi, fantasy and supernatural wanted

September 28, 2017

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EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing is a Canadian publisher of science fiction, fantasy and horror novels in trade paperback and ebook formats. They are currently seeking high-quality novel-length science fiction and fantasy submissions of all types. They are not interested in erotica, strictly religious fiction, short stories (other than submission for a specific anthology), […]

Diversity is welcome here

September 21, 2017

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BookThug publishes contemporary literary fiction , non-fiction, poetry, and drama. They do not publish genre fiction (mystery, science fiction, historical romance), cookbooks, or self-help books. BookThug is committed to an ongoing conversation about the possibilities of what literature is, or could be. They welcome submissions that help enrich that conversation. They especially encourage Indigenous writers, […]

Two sci-fi pubs seeking submissions

September 12, 2017

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Pyr® publishes science fiction and fantasy novels only. They are not currently looking for short story collections, anthologies, novellas, or nonfiction. Word length: 100,000 to 130,000 words Sci-fi: Nothing under 85,000 words Fantasy: Nothing under 95,000 words They will also consider Speculative Young Adult fiction in any subgenre, and these manuscripts may be shorter. How […]

How to be a Blushing Books author

September 6, 2017

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Blushing Books is the oldest web-based romance and erotica publisher. Currently they represent nearly 350 professional romance authors who have met the RWA minimum guidelines. Here’s what Blushing Books offer their authors: Advance on royalties for all titles (anthologies and re-released books excluded) 50 percent royalty rate rising to 60 percent for authors who write […]

Markets for picture book writers

August 29, 2017

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Flashlight Press only publishes fictional children’s picture books. Make sure your manuscript: Targets 4-8 year olds Is under 1,000 words Has a universal theme that deals with family or social situations Study Flashlight Press books to determine whether your story is a true fit. Submit your manuscript by email only with attachment. For more information […]