Posts Tagged ‘agents’

Publishers/Agents

24 April 2016

JOLLY FISH PRESS
http://www.jollyfishpress.com/about-us.html
We are Jolly Fish Press, a publishing house based in Provo, Utah, which publishes trade fiction and select non-fiction books in the national and international market. We excel in exceptional cover design, worldwide online and brick-and-mortar distribution, expansive publicity and marketing campaigns, subsidiary rights representation, and most of all, our drive and ability to find exceptional, yet undiscovered authors, jumpstarting their careers with maximum exposure, sales, mentoring, and higher than industry average royalty rates.

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SEVENTH STREET BOOKS
http://www.seventhstreetbooks.com/submissions.html
Seventh Street Books publishes only mystery and thriller fiction. We are not currently looking for short story collections, anthologies, novellas, or nonfiction.

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CAROLYN JENKS
http://www.carolynjenksagency.com/
Carolyn Jenks brings a professional background in publishing, theatre and film to her work as an agent. She combines those disciplines and her love of literature with the art of agenting. The home office is in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where the agency continues to introduce new writers of all genres.

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RIPPLE GROVE PRESS
http://www.ripplegrovepress.com/submissions/
We are looking for picture driven stories for children ages 2-6. Please do not send early readers, middle grade, or YA manuscripts. No religious or holiday themed stories. Please do not submit your story with page breaks or illustration notes. Do not submit a story with doodles or personal photographs. Do not send your idea for a story, send your story in manuscript form. We are not looking for: Lullaby stories or stories about how much I love you. Or my younger brother annoys me. Or there’s a new baby in the house. Or there’s a monster under my bed. Or I want to turn my sister into a monster. Or you’re the star in my heaven. We want something fresh and original.

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Agents/Publishers

23 March 2016

HYDRA
http://www.randomhousebooks.com/hydra/
Hydra is Random House’s digital-only imprint focused on science fiction, fantasy, and horror titles. There is no strict word count limit for submissions. We are interested in full-length works (40,000 words or more). Expected response time is 2-4 weeks, and you will hear from us whether or not we are interested in seeing the full manuscript.

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UNION LITERARY AGENCY
http://unionliterary.com/bio/
Union Literary is a full-service boutique agency specializing in literary fiction, popular fiction, narrative nonfiction, memoir, social history, business and general big idea books, popular science, cookbooks and food writing. We excel at project development, hands-on editing and placing our projects with domestic and foreign publishers, film and television companies.

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SALKIND LITERARY AGENCY
http://www.studiob.com/salkindagency/
A division of Studio B Productions, Inc. Works with general nonfiction trade and textbook authors.

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CHALBERG & SUSSMAN AGENCY
http://chalbergsussman.com/home.html
Chalberg & Sussman is a literary agency representing a broad range of fiction and nonfiction authors in the areas of literary and commercial fiction, memoir, narrative nonfiction, lifestyle, humor, and pop culture.

Publishers/Agents

6 July 2014
COSMIC EGGS BOOKS
http://www.johnhuntpublishing.com/our-imprints.html
If your passion is Fantasy (including magical realism and spiritual fantasy), Metaphysical Cosmology, Horror or Science Fiction (including Steampunk), Cosmic Egg books will feed your hunger. Our curiosity shop contains treasures you will enjoy unearthing.

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SOHO CRIME PRESS
http://www.sohocrime.com/resources/submissions
Soho Press primarily publishes fiction, with the occasional autobiography or cultural historical account. Completed manuscripts should be 60,000 words or more. While many of our published works arrive here through agents, we place a high priority on publishing quality unsolicited materials from new writers. Though eager to accept a wide range of literary fiction, we do not consider formula fiction, young adult dramas, stock romances, juvenile literature, short story collections, cookbooks, how-to books, self-help, fantasy, and anything that might recommend itself as a “quick read.” Further, we do not consider electronic submissions.

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COFFEE HOUSE PRESS
http://www.coffeehousepress.org/submission-guidelines/
Coffee House Press will only accept submissions during two annual reading periods: March 1 – April
30 and September 1 – October 31. Coffee House Press publishes literary novels, full-length short story collections, poetry, and a small number of essay collections and memoirs. CHP does not accept submissions for anthologies. CHP also does not publish genre fiction such as mysteries, Gothic romances, Westerns, science fiction, or books for children. Please note: Coffee House Press is not currently accepting unsolicited poetry submissions.

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ALGONQUIN BOOKS
http:///www.algonquin.com
Algonquin Books publishes literary fiction and nonfiction. We don’t publish poetry, genre fiction (romance, science fiction, etc.), or children’s books.