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These companies publish entire manuscripts.  See their submission pages for details!

11:11 Press

11:11 Press is now accepting full-length manuscripts of fiction, poetry, and hybrid work.  This includes novel-length fiction, short story collections, full-length poetry collections as well as works that do not easily fall into these categories.

5 Prince Publishing

Please submit Romance MSS of varying genres.

Abingdon Press

Abingdon Press provides resources that meet the needs of people who seek and would serve God. We produce and deliver resources for use in ministry and for individual faith development. Among these products are books (Christian living, academic, leadership), church supply items, church program resources, curriculum resources, and a host of other print and digital media.

Able Muse Press

Small poetry and fiction press.

Acre Books

To submit to Acre Books, use the contact form below. Please attach TEN PAGES only (they need not be the first ten pages) and tell us a bit about you and your book (include the title!). PLEASE SUBMIT ONLY ONE BOOK AT A TIME. We will respond to your submission whether or not we are interested in reading more. 

Affirm Press

We look at all genres as long as the book is a good fit with what we do.  For non-fiction, we are interested in most subjects that have a market as long as the manuscript is entertaining, engaging and likely to leave readers (and the world, even a teeny bit) better off for having existed.  For fiction, we will consider literary and genre fiction.  If your book idea is non-narrative, just send us a pitch with some sample material and impress the hell out of us.

Alcove Press

Alcove Press is focused on publishing upmarket Book Club fiction that “explores family, friendship, and community”.

All Things That Matter Press

We accept manuscripts by email submission only and only from the author (no agents).  For short story anthologies & poetry submissions include the entire manuscript. Poetry must be a minimum of 35,000 words.

Allen & Unwin

Seeking Adult Fiction, Non-fiction and Illustrated Submissions, Children's and Young Adult Submissions, and
New Zealand Submissions.

Allium Press of Chicago

Allium Press of Chicago publishes literary fiction, historical fiction, mysteries, thrillers, and middle grade/young adult fiction.  To date, all of our titles have a strong Chicago connection.

Allworth Press

We are open to receiving submissions for proposed books in a multitude of categories.

Amble Press

Contemporary General Fiction, Crime Fiction, Mystery & Thrillers, Historical Fiction, Action/Adventure,  Fantasy/Sci-Fi/Cli-Fi/Spec Fiction/Steampunk, Graphic Novels, Young Adult/New Adult, Romance' Narrative nonfiction Memoirs/Biographies 

Andrews McMeel

Andrews McMeel Publishing is a leading publisher of poetry, inspiration, humor, and children’s books and licensed, popular calendars.

Apollo Publishers

We are exclusively publishing timely and topical nonfiction for adult trade audiences. Topics may cover a broad spectrum as long as they are relevant today and are likely to be relevant in the years to come.

April Gloaming

Considers submissions of poetry, fiction, CNF, and graphic novels.

Arte Público Press

Books for adult and general readers. Please become familiar with our publications before submitting a manuscript, and send only material relevant to our publishing needs. We only consider electronic submissions. Please do not mail manuscripts. Please do not call our offices for instructions or to discuss submissions. We recommend that writers include an introductory sample of the manuscript instead of sending the entire manuscript.  Manuscripts, queries, synopses, outlines, proposals, introductory chapters, etc. are considered in either English or Spanish, although the majority of our publications are in English.  Response time is 2-4 months for queries and proposals and 3-6 months for manuscripts.  We also publish children's books.

Bala Kids

We are looking for picture books for children ages 0-8, in the categories of Buddhism, mindfulness, meditation, and yoga.

 

Black & White Publishing

Looking for fiction and non-fiction manuscripts 

Black Shuck Books: It was all a dream

We’re inviting submissions that use clichés to do something interesting, that invert or recreate the cliché or catch us by surprise. Please use the list below for guidance, but if there’s a cliché missing please query and we’ll add it if it fits. Submissions MUST use the central idea of the cliché as a central theme, but we encourage you think creatively about the best way to do that. We’re happy to look at stories or poems of any length up to 7500 (query for over) and encourage submissions from people of all cultures and backgrounds.

BlazeVOX

BlazeVOX [books] presents innovative fiction and wide-ranging fields of contemporary poetry. Our books push at the frontiers of what is possible with our innovative poetry, fiction, and select non-fiction and literary criticism. Our fundamental mission is to disseminate poetry, through print and digital media, both within academic spheres and to society at large.

Blind Eye Books

Blind Eye Books publishes science fiction, fantasy, mystery, and romance novels featuring LGBTQ protagonists.

Bluemoose Books

We do not publish children's books, YA or poetry. Please send the first three chapters and a synopsis. We can’t get back to you straightaway but we will do our best to let you know if we want to see the full manuscript hopefully within 24 weeks. 

BOA Editions

Submit only one book-length, complete manuscript at a time. If two manuscripts are sent, both will be recycled.
The manuscript should be a minimum of 48 pages maximum of 100 pages of poetry.

Bold Strokes Books

As an LGBTQ+ publisher, Bold Strokes Books strives to ensure that our list of authors represents the cultures, backgrounds, and viewpoints of our world. 

Brash Books

We publish the best crime novels in existence — thrillers, whodunits, cozies, psychological suspense, espionage, and police procedurals.

Broadleaf Books

Our editorial staff actively seeks books that engage religion, spirituality, culture, social justice, history, relationships, and personal growth (among other categories) with credibility and authenticity. While we primarily work with literary agents, we are open to unsolicited submissions at this time. 

Broken Sleep Books

Broken Sleep Books is a small, innovative press, that publishes a range of pamphlets and collections, from a range of writers. We particularly wish to encourage more working-class writers, LGBTQ+, and BAME writers to submit. Politically we are left-leaning and have no interest in misogynists, racists, sexists, the alt-right, or dickheads in general.

CamCat Books

We’re looking for quality fiction: from fantasy to mystery to romance, with a little of everything in between. 

Camel Press

Strong voices in genre fiction: mystery/suspense, cozy mystery, mystery thrillers, romantic suspense, and romance (contemporary and historical). We also consider general fiction, historical fiction, and  Westerns particularly if you have a strong promotional plan. Your story must have likable characters and a happy or at least hopeful ending. 

Cardinal Rule Press

Our focus is on children’s picture books that empower children through meaningful stories for readers, age 4-11.

Champagne Book Group

Champagne Book Group (CBG) has been open and publishing electronic fiction since 2004 and started as a Canadian publisher. Since 2017, under a new owner, CBG reformed as a United States publisher with the goal and vision to deliver to readers quality books crafted with care and infused with passion that transports readers into imagination.

Chicago Review Press

We are interested in publishing high-quality nonfiction that will sell year after year. We look for books with a well-defined, passionate target audience.

Chronicle Books

We accept unagented submissions of any projects suited to our list, from brilliant books to innovative gift products.
Before sending projects to us, please read the guidelines carefully.

City Lights

Fiction, essays, memoirs, translations, poetry, and books on social and political issues. They do not publish New Age, self-help, children’s literature, how-to guides, or genre works such as romance, westerns, or science fiction.

The City of Light Publishers

They have six imprints, all with separate submission guidelines.

Charlesbridge Publishing

Charlesbridge publishes high-quality books for young people with the goal of creating lifelong readers and learners.
We believe that books for children should offer accurate information, promote a positive worldview, and embrace a child’s innate sense of wonder and fun. To this end, we seek new voices, new visions, and new directions in children’s literature.

Codhill Press

Codhill Press is now accepting submissions. We read all submissions within ninety days, and will contact you if we’re interested in publishing your material. If you have not heard from us within ninety days, please assume that we will not be able to publish your manuscript.

Coffee House Press

Coffee House Press publishes literary novels, full-length short story collections, poetry, creative nonfiction, book-length essays, and essay collections. CHP does not accept submissions of anthologies or books for children or young adults.

Cornerstone Press

Cornerstone Press seeks book-length manuscripts in poetry, short fiction, and nonfiction and makes publishing decisions based on the clarity of thought and the marketability of the manuscripts submitted. We read and evaluate manuscripts throughout the year. We only consider original material not previously published in book form for our fiction/nonfiction series, though we do consider “collected” or “selected” poetry manuscripts from established poets for our poetry series on a case-by-case basis. We do not publish chapbooks of poems.

DAW

DAW accepts unsolicited submissions of science fiction and fantasy novels. We cannot consider short stories, short story collections, novellas, or poetry. The average length of the novels we publish varies but is almost never fewer than 80,000 words.

Deep Desires Press

Deep Desires Press is a publisher of erotica and high-heat-level erotic romance. We focus on quality rather than quantity – we would much rather have a handful of top-notch stories than a full catalog of mediocre books. Our main goal is to excite the reader, to take their imagination into the most erotic of scenarios. We are currently seeking submissions in the categories listed below.

Deep Vellum

Deep Vellum is nonprofit, and they explain why using these words: “Instead of selecting a book for publication exclusively because of its sales potential, our nonprofit status allows us to choose books for their artistic and social value.

Duckworth Books

Thank you for your interest in Duckworth Books Ltd. Our current areas of focus are memoir and biography, popular science, psychology, history and historical fiction. At the moment we aren’t accepting submissions that don’t adhere to our publishing areas.

Familius Press

Familius is a mission-driven company. We believe that the family is the fundamental unit of society, and all of our books reflect at least one of our 10 Habits of Happy Families. Our categories include children’s picture books and board books, parenting, relationships, self-help, family fun, education, cooking, and health and wellness for both adults and young adults. Basically, if your book can help us achieve our mission of helping families be happy, we want to talk to you.

Fayetteville Mafia Press

 We focus on nonfiction books in three genres: pop culture, sports, and true crime. Please familiarize yourself with our catalog before submitting your proposal.

Fiction Attic Press

Welcome to Fiction Attic Press, a small, independent publisher dedicated to publishing works of exceptional literary merit. We publish flash fiction, short stories, and memoir here and on our Medium site. The goal of Fiction Attic Press is to promote well-written, thought-provoking fiction and nonfiction with a fair dose of “elegant wit.” We refer you to the meaning of attic, which explains pretty much everything:

Flame Tree Press

We are a trade-publishing house (that is, we publish books for general readers which are made available through all channels in the book trade). We are generally interested in SF, fantasy, horror, and crime fiction.

Flying Eye Books

We will require a full synopsis and sample of writing with brief written character studies with principal character sketches.
If you are an illustrator/author or an illustrator and author duo, you should supply a minimum of ten finished pages in the pitch to give us a taste of the ‘look and feel’ of the proposed book.

Future House

Future House publishes adult science fiction and fantasy, as well as middle-grade adventure books that embrace community, liberty, and family.

Game Over Books

Game Over Books is looking to publish work that is entertaining and thought-provoking, cheery, dark, or otherwise. The type of work that makes you say “oh shit!” and you have to pause and look around to make sure no one actually heard you say that out loud.

Gibbs Smith

Gibbs Smith does not accept paper submissions through the mail. All unsolicited queries, submissions, and correspondence will be via e-mail. Due to the number of submissions we receive, please note that it is our policy to only respond if we are interested in exploring your project. We will not return materials and are not responsible for any loss or damage for items submitted.  We are NOT accepting poetry submissions at this time. We are NOT accepting fiction submissions at this time

The Good Book Company

The Good Book Company produces Bible-centered resources to promote encourage and equip people to serve our Lord and Master Jesus Christ.

Hard Case Crime

If  you are an author or artist interested in submitting your work, please send a query to editor@hardcasecrime.com. You can also use this address if you want to propose a favorite novel as a candidate to be reprinted — we welcome suggestions

Harlequin Romance

Harlequin is always on the lookout for talented writers—from established authors to those just starting their writing careers. We publish a wide range of stories and welcome writers from all backgrounds, cultures and communities to submit to the romance line best suited to their unique voice and story.

Haymarket Books

We are interested in manuscripts that are accessible to a wide range of progressive and radical political activists, while also being useful to an academic audience.   

Headpress

If you have a nonfiction book proposal or ideas that you think we may be interested in, please get in touch via the General & Editorial email below.At this stage submit a brief outline of the propsal plus other relevant info, and a short text sample within the body of the email. Do not include attachments.  Allow four weeks for a reply (send a gentle reminder if you haven’t heard from us in that time).  Note: Headpress isn’t publishing fiction, prose or poetry.

High Plains Press

High Plains Press is a regional book publishing company specializing in books about the American West, with special interest in things relating to Wyoming. We publish about four books a year and have been in business since 1986

Holiday House

Holiday House is a publisher of children’s books only. We specialize in quality hardcovers, from picture books to young-adult, both fiction and nonfiction.  We publish children’s books for ages four and up. We do not publish mass-market books, including, but not limited to, pop-ups, activity books, sticker books, coloring books, or licensed books.

Holy Cow! Press

Thank you for your interest in Holy Cow! Press. We welcome the opportunity to consider your work for publication. We currently publish between two and five books a year and receive a high volume of poetry manuscripts during that time. Although we welcome new work, the process of selection is very competitive.

Hub City Press

Hub City Press publishes books of literary fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, regional nonfiction, nature, and art. We are seeking new and extraordinary voices from the American South. Well-crafted, high-quality works by new and established authors.

Hydra Publications

Hydra Publications’ main imprint is currently open for submissions.  The manuscript must be 70,000 words or longer (we would like LitRPG to be closer to 100,000)
Speculative fiction genres are all desired and include thriller, horror, fantasy, sci-fi, steampunk, dystopian, and all reasonable sub-genres thereof.

Invisible Publishing

Invisible publishes contemporary literary fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction. All narrative works with contemporary themes will be considered, however, we are not interested in children’s or YA projects, historical fiction, memoirs, or self-help books.

Jo Fletcher Books

We only accept submissions that can be categorized as Science Fiction, Fantasy or Horror. If your novel does not fall into any of these genres it will not be considered.

Joffe Books

Our favourite genres are crime fiction, mysteries, psychological thrillers, cosy crime, police procedurals, chillers, suspense and domestic noir. We will also consider women’s fiction, historical fiction and romance novels

Laurence King

We don’t publish fiction.

Do you have a brilliant idea? If so, please get in touch. Our commissioning team is always pleased to hear from authors, illustrators or agents with proposals for books or gift products for adults, students and children. Areas of particular interest for us are art and design, architecture, fashion and beauty, film, photography, practical art including painting and drawing, music and popular culture, nature and popular science.

LEE & LOW BOOKS

Our goal is to meet the need for books that address children and teens of color by providing culturally authentic titles that all readers can enjoy. 

Level Best Books

We are seeking crime fiction novels in the following categories: mystery, thriller, suspense, historical, traditional, and contemporary. We are also interested in non-fiction works related to the mystery and crime writing community, or collections of short stories or multi-authored anthologies. Both authors represented by agents and un-agented writers are welcome to submit.

Levine Querido

The books we are in search of will be characterized by great storytelling, undeniably powerful and beautiful artwork, and a fearless commitment to telling deep truths. 

Lit Hub

We’re looking for stories about literary life and culture. We’re interested in the ways that books or their authors fit into the culture at large, and we enjoy rigorous criticism for a general audience.

Literary Wanderlust

We are currently open to unsolicited submissions but do not accept previously published manuscripts. Primarily adult fiction.

Llewellyn Publishing

Llewellyn is the oldest and largest publisher specializing in books for body, mind, and spirit. We accept submissions directly from authors (including first-time authors) and from literary agents.

Lyrical Press

We are looking for fresh stories in a variety of categories including all romance genres (specifically suspense and historicals with unique settings), compelling psychological suspense fiction, thrillers, women’s fiction, new adult, and cozy mysteries. We’re hoping to find edgy and daring voices that readers will love. We welcome novellas, serials, and full-length novels as long as they tell a satisfying and well-written story.

Mad Creek Books

Mad Creek Books is the literary trade imprint of The Ohio State University Press. With a mission to foster creativity, innovate, and illuminate, Mad Creek Books champions diverse and creative literary nonfiction, fiction, and poetry.

Magination Press

Magination Press publishes books relating to social-emotional learning, mental health and wellness, and psychological topics for children and teens. Most of our books are written by PhD or PsyD-level psychologists, school counselors, or other mental health professionals. Although doctorate-level credentials are not a requirement, the author should have expertise in the topic area

McFarland & Company Inc

McFarland is a leading independent publisher of academic and nonfiction books. We are especially known for covering topics of popular appeal in a serious and scholarly fashion and for going to great lengths to manufacture our books to the highest standards and library specifications.

Michael O’Mara Books

We are always open to hearing about new and wonderful non-fiction ideas from authors, compilers and illustrators. However, before you submit your idea or art to Michael O’Mara Books, please familiarize yourself with our titles as this will save time and effort on both sides. We do not accept fiction submissions.

Monkfish

Monkfish publishes fiction and nonfiction books related to the subjects of spirituality and religion.

Nightfire

The Nightfire team is looking for novels and novellas for adults across the breadth of the horror genre—from the cosmic and Lovecraftian to the beloved undead tropes of zombies, ghosts, and slashers and the more uncanny and internal terrors of isolation, lost love, and aging.

Odyssey Books

We’re changing the direction of our primary imprint to focus on speculative fiction genres only – fantasy, sci-fi, horror, etc. It’s what we best enjoy reading and promoting, and better reflects our ethos that books are an adventure. We will also continue to publish poetry, spec-fic novellas, and illustrated books for adults under our Publisher Obscura and Ensorcellia imprints.

One More Chapter

We pride ourselves on publishing the very best commercial fiction globally across ebook, print, and audio formats.  
We’re all about the books you can’t put down, the books you carry around with you, and the books you return to after a long day.  If you’re an unagented author, you write unputdownable fiction, and you would like to work with us, please submit your novel.

Outpost19 Books

We publish exceptional fiction and engaged nonfiction. Take a look at our list and read a few of our titles to get a sense of what makes sense for us.

Page Street Publishing

We publish young adult (YA) fiction (for ages 12 and up), in all genres, and a variety of nonfiction books in such categories as cooking, sports, science, nature, interior design, crafts, and parenting. 

Parliament House

Looking for Adult and YA books in various categories

Pavilion Books

We are happy to accept unsolicited submissions, but due to the high volume of proposals we receive, are unable to acknowledge receipt. Please take time to read the submission guidelines below and check the subject matters published by our imprints.

Pelican Children’s Books

We believe that ideas have consequences. One of the consequences is that they lead to best-selling books.  
We ask that you study Pelican’s books and lists. Our latest catalog is posted on www.pelicanpub.com, and a look through it will help you understand where our interests lie. We will consider almost any well-written work by an author who understands promotion. We do not accept national topics, adult fiction, poetry, reference, or periodicals. 

Perennial Press

We have three different types of submission opportunities. The first is for collaborative releases we are working on, such as anthologies, which will usually have a specific theme and strict deadline. The second is chapbook submissions, which are for collections of fiction or poetry by one author that are around 30 pages. And the third is manuscript submissions, which are for complete novels or collections (48 pages+). 

Persea Books

We are pleased to receive query letters via email from authors and literary agents. We no longer accept physical query letters or submissions. We publish literary fiction, creative nonfiction, memoir, essays, biography, literary criticism, books on contemporary issues.

Plough Publishing

Cover letter including an explanation of why you think your book fits into Plough’s publishing program. Sample chapter and table of contents.  The prospectus, which should include: working title, subject, author bio, qualifications (why are you the right person to write this book?), manuscript completion date, intended audience, special features or benefits (what gap does your book fill?), marketing strategies, potential endorsers.

Press Pause Press

We aim to publish art and words for the future by artists and writers who believe they're carrying, on their hunched-over-computer shoulders, a pretty heavy yet very pretty burden—to offer us all a way into ourselves so that we may come back out with the wisdom required for positive change as individuals, and as a society. 

Quirk Books

We love smart, original, cool, and fun books!  

Really Serious Literature

Poetry, hybrid, and experimental collections of any length.  

Red Adept Publishing

We are currently only accepting the following genres: Women’s Fiction, Romance (General, Clean, Paranormal, Suspense), Chick-Lit, Mystery (General, Police, Cozy), and Thriller-Suspense.

Red Deer Press

Red Deer Press is looking for quality writing for children across the ages, from picture books to young adult fiction and non-fiction.

Red Dog Press

If you write thrillers, crime stories or mysteries with a unique voice, we want to hear from you. We'd love to find characters we haven't seen before and new angles on traditional crimes.

Reycraft Books

Our imprint is primarily focused on developing books by authors and illustrators from underrepresented communities. We are actively seeking #OwnVoices contributors. We have an open submissions policy and are interested in looking at the following materials for children ages 5–12.

Roman & Littlefield Publishing

Your prospectus should include a description of the book; a statement regarding what makes it important, timely, or unique; an analysis of competing or similar books (including publishers and dates of publication); a description of your target audience (general readers? undergraduate or graduate students? scholars? professionals?); an indication if any of the material in the book has been previously published, and, if so, when and where and whether republication rights are available; the length of the manuscript in word count; and, if the manuscript is not complete, an estimation of when it will be finished.

Roxane Gay Books

 I am going to publish books I love from interesting writers. That could, of course, mean anything. I am looking for beautifully written, compelling books that challenge, delight, and entertain readers. I love literary fiction but your story has to have an interesting plot.

Schaffner Press

 Fiction: literary adult fiction, short fiction collection, historical with socially relevant content, crime fiction,
Non-fiction: a memoir, autobiography, biography, Journalistic Expose or Narrative, True Crime, Art, Culture, pop culture, World History, current events, science, arts and letters, US history, military history, music, are some of the preferred categories.

Scribe Publishing

Fiction and nonfiction.  No agent needed.

Seventh Street Press

Seventh Street Books® publishes only mystery and thriller fiction. We are not currently looking for short story collections, anthologies, novellas, or nonfiction.

Severed Press

What we want: Killer sea creatures or monstrous kaiju fiction, Dinosaurs, Military horror/sci-fi, Stories that explore the end of the world or life after it, stories where characters are transported or trapped wAdd Content/Layoutsithin an online game. 

Severn River Publishing

We are accepting submissions in the THRILLER, MYSTERY, and HISTORICAL FICTION genres.

Shambhala Publications

We aim to publish books that are authentic, timeless, and transformational. As an independent publisher distributed by Penguin Random House, we offer both the personalized publishing experience of a small press and the unmatched sales reach of one of the world’s largest publishers.

Skyhorse Publishing

We are open to receiving submissions for proposed books on many subjects, check the list on our submission page.    

Small Beer Press

We publish 6-10 books per year. We pay a small advance and standard royalties. Our ebook royalty rate is 40% of net receipts. Please be familiar with our books first to avoid wasting your time and ours, thank you.

Soft Skull Press

Soft Skull Press is a home for projects that dissolve categories and hierarchies, provide an alternative to dominant narratives, and make room for new and unexpected ideas and feelings. We aim to create lasting and transformative relationships with writers and to continually reimagine how a book can be written, published, and sold.

Source Books

We are actively acquiring agented and unagented Romance fiction for our Casablanca imprint including Own Voices, marginalized voices, inclusive and diverse romances. We look for strong writers of all ethnicities, races, sexualities, gender identities, abilities, and ages, who are excited about marketing their books and building their community of readers, and whose stories have something fresh to offer in the genre of Romance.

Steerforth Press

Steerforth Press is exclusively considering works of narrative nonfiction, such as investigative or literary journalism, true crime, and history for a general audience.

Sword & Silk Books

Sword and Silk Books is a small traditional publishing company, celebrating women of all walks of life

TCK Publishing

TCK Publishing accepts nonfiction book proposals and completed manuscript submissions for nonfiction and fiction from authors with or without a literary agent. We only accept submissions for original works. All manuscripts are run through advanced plagiarism checking software to certify originality.  We publish both fiction and nonfiction titles, so our submission guidelines are broken down separately for fiction and nonfiction:

Thames & Hudson

We are always open to suggestions and submissions from authors, photographers, designers and illustrators with new proposals for books, so do get in touch.

Thread Publishing

Pitch your manuscript here

Tilted House

Tilted House is a New Orleans-based book press that spans the spectrums of class, race, locale, generational and educational milieus—and wants to hear from everyone. 
We get off on the dirty effervescence of this city’s great artists. Through this outfit, we strive to cultivate a creative and communal unit from and for the city. And while the door is wide open for New Orleans’ minds, it remains open for the rest of the world’s. Everyone is encouraged to submit. 

Timber Press

Timber Press is devoted to sharing the wonders of the natural world by publishing books from experts in the fields of gardening, horticulture, and natural history. Our list includes gardening how-to, garden design, popular science, nature, garden literature, and both regional and national field guides. We consider new book ideas from authors and agents.

Tin House

We are looking to publish a writer’s true debut, so for these submission periods, you can’t have previously published a book in any genre (previously published chapbooks are okay though)

Tiny Fox Press

Our primary focus is in the following genres of fiction: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (LitRPG included), and Y/A

Tradewind Books

Tradewind Books is a publisher of books for children and young adults. Please review our online catalog to see our books.  We are especially interested in authors and illustrators of diverse backgrounds

Tule Publishing

Interested in writing romance or mystery for Tule Publishing? Come check out our imprints and find which suits your story best!

Twilight Times Books

We need to place our resources behind authors who know how to promote their books. You don't necessarily need a national platform, a regional one will do. If you have demonstrated annual sales of 5k to 15k books, please consider placing your next novel or non-fiction book with Twilight Times Books or Paladin Timeless Books. We will pay a small ($100 - $500) advance on royalties for each manuscript accepted for publication from an established author.

Ulysses Press

Our publishing program seeks to move along the cultural cutting edge. We stay ahead of the competition by publishing books at the forefront of emerging trends and by finding unique angles on established topics unexplored by other publishers.

Underland Press

The press is always keen on previously unpublished works of science fiction, fantasy, dark fantasy, horror, and noir mystery with a tinge of otherworldliness. In regards to horror, we prefer psychological and strange to straight-up blood-drenched narratives.

Welbeck

Check this website for the type of titles we publish. We do not wish to consider proposals for poetry or academic books. 

Woodhall Press

Woodhall Press is committed to publishing diverse voices and welcomes submissions from underrepresented writers of Poetry, Fiction, and Nonfiction.

Workman Press

The Workman imprint publishes exclusively nonfiction books for children and adults, as well as calendars. We do not publish novels, short stories, or poetry. We also do not accept unsolicited picture book submissions.

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