As of May 1, , Mountainland Publishing is closed to submissions. At Lucky Press , submissions are closed for as of December 15, Watch for submissions to open for next year around the first of September John Daniel and Company is not accepting new submissions at this time. Ahsahta Press is closed to submissions until further notice.
As of November , Lily Ruth Publishing is no longer accepting submissions. Check back for changes to this policy.
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More bookstores closed before the holidays. In Charlotte, Borders is also planning to close. All of the Waldenbook s and B. Dalton Bookstores are gone. And the rumor is that all Barnes and Noble stores will cease to exist as we know them within our communities next year. Note, this is just a rumor. Freelance writers, if you read this section just for the links to the submission guidelines, you are way ahead of the game.
Do you know how long it takes me to locate submission guidelines for you? But sometimes it takes the absolutely most off-the-wall strategy or lack of to stumble upon them. I try to save you time and a sense of failure by finding the guidelines for you. If you write about cats, it is that time of year when the opportunities abound. Cat Fancy opens its doors to freelance projects January 1 through May 1.
If it is between January 1 and May 1 when you are reading this, go to the home page and see if that link to the guidelines is live. In the meantime, I can tell you that the editors want to receive your query letter—no complete manuscripts.
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And they recommend that you study several issues of the magazine before submitting your ideas. Send queries to, query catfancy.
Boston Review has changed their format and style. South Carolina Living Magazine is new and this is a paying market. Most rely on staff for stories. Some will accept outside submissions, but few of them can pay freelancers. It looks as though there are nearly seventy magazines listed. Here are some paying regional magazines: Again, if you live in or ever lived in these areas or you visit regularly, you might be able to come up with some good article ideas.
Study several issues of the magazine and follow the submission guidelines:. Thanks for the wonderful information. Interested to listing with your website.
Thank you. A resource guide on how to find agents and publishers for your work.
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My name is Abel Mathew Francis Please help me,this my email address: speedracer. Includes publishers, agents, journals. Sometimes you have to query before sending the proposal; often you can send the book proposal on first contact. The submission guidelines will also indicate any mandatory information that must be included in the proposal. Wondering how to find an agent or publisher to submit to?
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Check this post. My mom wrote an amazing book when I was younger, I would like her to publish it.. What should I do to get her book published? Thank you Jane. I write all kinds of work, from murder mysteries to childrens fantasy, anyone that reads my work loves it but i can never seem to find a publisher that doesnt need me to invest thousands into my work to be published.
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How can the poor creative writers still get published? I know this probably sounds really silly, but do you know anyplace that will give you good advice about publishing in the UK, because it seems as if most of who seem like my dream agents I write fantasy are in America. Thank you very much.
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Thanks Jane for this informing article. I live in Damascus, Syria. What do you recommend me to do? I just want a publisher or a good agent to read just one of my chapters. Thank you so much for all of this information. I have questions about finding the right agent. There are SO many to choose from. How do you know who to pick? I would like to find a successful one, obviously.
Do the sites share that kind of information? Or can you look up agents by whom they have gotten published? I have a similar writing style to a couple of authors and if I can find who their agents are then maybe that could give me some sort of idea? You can use PublishersMarketplace. Hi, Is there any chance you know of any agents or websites in Australia?
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Also, I am curious about what can be done to protect my intellectual property rights when pitching this idea to a publisher. Thanks for all your excellent advice. It is in a tourist area and summer would be a perfect time to do it. Your thoughts on me self-publishing the book and doing a book signing this summer versus waiting to see if I can get an agent?
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