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Publishers & Magazines looking for submissions

December 29, 2013

Publishers & Magazines looking for submissions

For those looking for outlets for your writing skills, here are a few. They were listed by the WritersMarket. Good luck.

3 BOOK PUBLISHERS TO TRY IN 2014

WritersMarket.com lists hundreds of book publishers open to submissions from writers of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, writing for children, and more. Here are three:
    •    The Career Press, Inc. publishes books for adult readers seeking practical information to improve themselves in their careers, businesses, and other related topics. Prospective writers can submit a book proposal with sample chapters, though complete manuscript is preferred.
    •    Gryphon House, Inc. publishes teacher and parent resource texts. The acquisition editors prefer a query with proposal that includes the proposed title, purpose of the book, table of contents, introductory material, and 20-40 sample pages.
    •    Ripple Grove Press is a brand new children’s picture book publisher looking for writers and illustrators. Prospective authors should submit a cover letter with the story summary, age range for audience, brief bio, contact info, and manuscript (saved as PDF).

3 MAGAZINES OPEN TO SUBMISSIONS

WritersMarket.com lists hundreds of magazines open to submissions from writers of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, writing for children, and more. Here are three:
    •    Adirondack Life is published 8 times per year covering outdoor activities, history, and natural history directly related to the Adirondacks. Pays 30 cents per word. Query via e-mail.
    •    Horse Illustrated is a monthly magazine covering all aspects of horse ownership. The magazine pays between $200-475 for nonfiction features of 1,000-2,000 words. Potential writers can query or submit the full manuscript on spec.
    •    Seattle Weekly publishes stories on Northwest politics and art for a mostly upscale, urban audience. Payment is $50-800 for nonfiction features of 300-4,000 words. Prospective writers should query first.

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