Founded in Raleigh, North Carolina in 2015, Blue Ink Press was formed to help authors navigate the daunting and confusing world of publishing. While our focus was initially on middle grade and young adult books, we now represent authors of all genres and are actively seeking new works to expand our catalogue.
WTAW Press publishes full-length books of prose (novels, memoirs, creative non fiction, collections of stories and essays, hybrids, etc.) We welcome submissions from writers of all backgrounds and encourage submissions by women, minorities, LGBTQ or non-binary gender people, persons with disabilities, and other traditionally-underrepresented groups. We want to publish books that show us more things on heaven and earth than we have dreamt of.
Follow all guidelines on the website submission page.
We publish anything that can be seen as a 'systems thinking' approach to... government, society, the environment, organization management, leadership, walking, somatics, mythogeography, therapy, money systems. See our book list.
“The Library is a sphere whose exact center is any hexagon and whose circumference is unattainable,” states Jorge Luis Borges in his tale of sacred geometry and information science, The Library of Babel. It may be said that we take as our starting point this exact center, focusing arbitrarily yet intently on any hexagon which presents itself to our mundane perceptions, and expanding upon the disorientation extracted therefrom until nothing is left of language but its abstract scaffolding...
Please see website for detailed guidelines.
We are a coalition of editors and publishing professionals working together to make our authors successful, and our goal is to grow slowly but steadily by publishing books we love.
We support our authors with quality editing and commercial covers, and partner with them to market their books. We work to bridge the gap between traditional and self-publishing by publishing our authors in both digital and print simultaneously while offering higher royalties than the Big 5. We truly believe in a publisher / author partnership. Our authors’ successes are our successes.
At Devil's Party Press we publish exclusively work by poets, fiction writers, and memoirists who are over the age of 40.
We truly value the older writer.
We strive to bring to the public excellent authors who can not find a voice through traditional publishing.
We are interested in work that grabs us by the heart, or the guts.
We want to promote and showcase writers in their second act, who are old enough to know better, and old enough to not give a rat's ass about knowing better.
We value women, diversity, LGBTQ, and damn good writing.
No torture porn, regular porn, bigoted/racist, or religious texts.
Reading fee $10 for anthologies only. Those published receive free copy, value $14.99. Top 3 submissions get prize.
The very small reading fee helps us keep publishing. No charge for proofreading, editing, graphics, etc.
1 entry = story/memoir of 1,000 – 8,000 words or 1- 3 poems of no more than 1,000 words total. Submit 2 entries & 3rd is free.
No fees ever for full-length books. Currently seeking books for publication in 2021 and beyond.
Authors 40years + only.
As Read Furiously, we want to create a new generation of readers - furious readers - who view reading as a necessary part to living in this busy world. We publish original prose, graphic novels, and poetry from a diverse cross section of authors in hopes of connecting with readers from every background.
At Read Furiously we believe the publisher/creator relationship should be taken very seriously, and we do everything we can to foster it. Whether we will be working together on a single project or are planning a long term collaboration, we are looking for creators who understand our mission and share the our passion for the written word. We encourage all creators to take their time to acquaint themselves with Read Furiously, our work, and our goals for the company.
University of New Orleans Center for the Book seeks work that contributes to the rich cultural tradition of New Orleans and the surrounding region, as well as work that contributes to the intellectual and aesthetic life of academic and general audiences everywhere.
Submitting is a three-step process. First, please send a query note to email@example.com that includes a brief summary of your work and, if applicable, an expected timeline for its completion. If interested, we will ask you to send a sample chapter (or excerpt) before submitting the entire manuscript for review.
Author does not pay any associated fees.
Apollo Publishers publishes narrative nonfiction books on topics we deem timely and topical. Books must be at least 50,000 words in length and must have broad, trade appeal.
Please submit a book proposal, sample chapter, and author bio. If your book may be a good fit for our list, we will get back to you. Due to the volume of submissions, we may not be able to respond to each submission.