6 publishers that are now open to submission
Are you an author, and you are wondering where to send your Book manuscript for publishing? Please give it a try with the number of publishers listed below. You may land an advance payment for your work. They publish books on genre you are writing, or your friend or a relative is working on. I have reviewed these publishers because they have something to share with authors, and they have a good relationship with authors they have served before.
Kensington is currently accepting Book proposal and queries. It is an independent publisher and it is based in USA. They publish a variety of mainstream, and fiction books. They mostly focus on romance. They do publish about 600 books a year. They receive, and accept a lot of submissions compared to other large and independent publishers. They accept query via email to a particular editor, who then editor passes the manuscript proposal to Kensington editorial board, but they do not pass it or resubmit to another editor. The query should be in the body of the email. For more information on how to submit a proposal, or a query letter, please go to their website. If you don’t hear from them, then it means the proposal or manuscript is not fit for their need.
It is based in Philadelphia and publishes just 25 books a year. They receive query letters through a particular editor or through mail address clearly displayed on the website, submission guidelines. They do publish a range of genre from Children’s books, science fiction to nonfiction. They have an established marketing plan.
It has an established Headquarters in Nashville United states. It has been operating since 1984. Turner currently publishes about 3000 titles. Turner has a broad range of titles in fiction and non-fiction. These include business, cookbooks, romance, young adult, history, design, mystery, health and wellness, and animals, but not limited to the listed above only.
They have grown by acquiring inventive content from existing and new authors all over the world. Turners Books publishes mainly in print with electronic publishing option though. Turner Publishing is accepting submissions of manuscripts, and book proposals. Submissions can be made by agents or authors directly.Note: Turner books will only contact you if they are interested in your manuscript.
It is an independent book publisher established in the 1970s. It has gained a significant reputation since then, it is publishing books in a variety of literary genres. Persea Books are open to both fiction and non-fiction submissions via the post address as well as email from authors directly.
They receive queries regarding novels and novellas, short stories and short story collections, essays, literature, biography, literary criticism, memoir, and anything that would be of interest to the general readership of literary books, as well as educational books used in schools and universities. For more information, on how do you submission go their website.
Chicago Review Press
They are currently in need of Book manuscript Submissions. Chicago Review Press is an independent publishing company founded in 1973. Founders are Curt Matthews and his wife, Linda Matthews. Curt is former editor of the literary journal the Chicago Review. They are independent, and established publisher of literary, non-fiction, fiction, and memoir. They publish children’s books but not pictorial. It has grown over the years into a dynamic midsize publisher. They have more than 900 titles in print. Currently they publish around 60 new titles annually under five imprints: these include, Chicago Review Press, Ball Publishing, Lawrence Hill Books, Academy Chicago and Zephyr Press. For information visit their website for submission guides.
Cedar Fort is both print and electronic publisher. They are based out of Salt Lake City and are one of the largest publishers in Utah. They publish more than 150 books a year.
They publish book from cookbooks to juvenile fiction books. They are a Mormon publishing company but publish books by non-Mormons. You don’t have to write a Mormon subject matter at all. And they are not interested in publishing books that contain profanity, violence, graphic, or sexual content. They reserve the right to remove it from your book in case they accepted it for publication.
They are now open to submissions in most genres, but not interested in memoirs, travelogues, and biographies, defenses of Mormonism, children’s picture books, poetry, short stories, erotica, or romance. They are also open to publishing reprints. They offer advances up to $2,000. According their website, their editors are reputable and appear to do a very good job. Cedar Fort accepts submission through online submission form and you can sign up for your free account.