Book forthcoming Fall A Note About Reading Fees Here at Creative Nonfiction, we are always reading, searching for excellent new work to showcase in our various publications. At any given time, we usually have several submission portals open see above calls for submissionsmany of which require writers to pay a reading fee to submit their work. Why we charge reading fees.
Now Accepting Submissions Woodbine House specializes in books about developmental disabilities such as Down syndrome and autism.
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The books they publish are written for and about children with certain disabilities. They were founded in They particularly focus on books… August 9, Timber Press: Now Accepting Manuscript Submissions Timber Press was founded in and publishes work about the natural world by experts in the fields of gardening, horticulture, and natural history.
They were bought by the Workman Publishing Company in Timber Press is recognized internationally as a leading gardening publisher and their books have received awards from the American Horticultural Society,… July 26, Weldon Owen Books: Weldon Owen Publishing focuses on high-quality adult nonfiction.
They publish largely illustrated lifestyle books in the categories of food and drink, sports and fitness, popular science, craft and design, as well as popular culture. They… July 12, Able Muse: Seeking Manuscript Submissions Until July 15th Able Muse is a small literary press that has one free reading period every year, from 1st May through 15th July.
They also publish a literary journal, and they host a number of contests every year. They publish poetry and fiction primarily, and they will consider non-fiction as long as you query first.
Most of… June 14, Artisan Books: Now Accepting Manuscript Submissions Artisan focuses on publishing visual-heavy nonfiction books.
The visuals themselves vary between photography, illustration, or graphic design, but the idea is that these books communicate ideas and lessons because of their strong visual components.
They are… May 23, Bright Sky Press: Now Accepting Manuscript Submissions Regal Crest Enterprises historically specialized in publishing books of interest to lesbian readers but now their focus has expanded to include gay readers.
They mostly publish popular fiction, but they have also published short stories, essays, and anthologies.
They have a non-fiction imprint as well. Writers who have worked with them have generally good things… May 3, Stairway Press: Now Accepting Manuscript Submissions Stairway Press publishes and markets literary books in a variety of genres including science, science fiction, short stories, political essays, literary thrillers and adventure books.
They are not interested in young adult or children books. Their main focus is quality writing. They are looking for books by authors that are experts in their field. Their books are focused on meeting the needs of niche audiences.
Currently they are open to… April 19, Storey Publishing: They initially named their new business Storey Communications before renaming to Storey Publishing.
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Non-Fiction. Bestselling and award-winning non-fiction, from memoir, biography and history to politics, science, food and sport. In Bloomsbury acquired the adult and children's divisions of Walker and Company, publishers of the bestselling books The Good Book, Longitude, Brunelleschi's Dome, and Salt; as well as works by award-winning .
Submissions General Overview. Unlike many magazines, Creative Nonfiction draws heavily from unsolicited submissions. Our editors believe that providing a platform for emerging writers and helping them find readers is an essential role of literary magazines, and it’s been our privilege to work with many fine writers early in their careers.
and the nature of such series is crucial for writing and selling non-fiction children's books.
Non-Fiction. Bestselling and award-winning non-fiction, from memoir, biography and history to politics, science, food and sport. In Bloomsbury acquired the adult and children's divisions of Walker and Company, publishers of the bestselling books The Good Book, Longitude, Brunelleschi's Dome, and Salt; as well as works by award-winning . Moira Allen is the editor of timberdesignmag.com, and has written nearly articles, serving as a columnist and regular contributor for such publications as The Writer, Entrepreneur, Writer's Digest, and Byline. A Note About Fact-checking. Essays accepted for publication in Creative Nonfiction undergo a fairly rigorous fact-checking process. To the extent your essay draws on research and/or reportage (and ideally, it should, to some degree), CNF editors will ask you to send documentation of your sources and to help with the fact-checking process.
Dozens of publishers are in the business of selling book series to public libraries and school libraries.
Regal Crest Enterprises historically specialized in publishing books of interest to lesbian readers but now their focus has expanded to include gay readers. They mostly publish popular fiction, but they have also published short stories, essays, and anthologies.
They have a non-fiction imprint as. Established in , the Crown imprint is a leading publisher of bestselling fiction and critically acclaimed narrative nonfiction in categories that include biography and memoir, history, science, politics, and current events.