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Book publishers

You’ve been working on a manuscript for the next bestselling novel, and after years of hard work and revisions, you’re ready to send it out. But all of the time you’ve spent on your manuscript won’t matter much if you simply pop your masterpiece into the mail without thoroughly researching the press. Before you submit to a publisher, whether big or small, it’s essential to make sure you’ve perfectly met their criteria.

Some publishers are temporarily closed to submissions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We recommend you check a publisher’s website for updates before submitting.

Information in this section is provided to The Writer by the individual markets and events; for more information, contact those entities directly.

F = Fiction N = Nonfiction P = PoetryC = Children’s Y = Young adult O = Other


F C Y ABDO PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishes educational series for children and young adults. Currently only accepting fiction. Magic Wagon accepts submissions for picture books, beginning readers, or chapter books that can become a series. Contact: See website for genre-specific email addresses.

N AGATE PUBLISHING Seeking manuscripts by Midwestern writers and books on Midwestern topics. Also wants food, cooking, and nutrition-related nonfiction for its Surrey imprint and business-interest nonfiction for its B2 imprint. Email queries only. Contact: Agate Publishing, Inc.

C Y ANNICK PRESS Publishes fiction and nonfiction by authors for children, MG, and YA readers. Picture book manuscripts also accepted. Contact: Annick Press Ltd., 388 Carlaw Ave., Suite 200, Toronto, ON Canada M4M 2T4.

N ARCADIA PUBLISHING Publishes local and regional history books. Works with experienced and first-time authors. Also publishes The History Press books. Contact: Arcadia Publishing. Email regional editorial offices via website.

Publishes travel guides between 200 and 600 pages. Only looking Avalon Travel.

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