News for Writers
Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas launched a new imprint, Brimstone Fiction, which will publish the speculative genres. The company is specifically looking for Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, and YA speculative. Brimstone publishes in print, e-book, and audio, with plans to release two books a quarter. Brimstone’s guidelines indicate it will accept manuscripts from 55,000 to […]
Grace Bridges, owner of Splashdown Books, recently changed the company’s business model from royalty share to an author co-op. Under the royalty share plan, books were published with no cash investment by the author. Now, authors will pay Bridges for the editing of their books, but will retain all rights and royalties while effectively self-publishing […]
Canada-based Lycaon Press is the newest addition to our Publishers List. Lycaon is a royalty-paying publisher specializing in Young Adult novels. We are looking for paranormal, fantasy, science fiction, general fiction, or anything that targets young adults.— Lycaon Press The company has several subgenre imprints: Get Steamed!—steampunk Shifterized—paranormal stories with shifters Parawho?—paranormal stories without shifters […]
Charlie Dawg Press, a small publisher in Kansas City, Mo., started out as an author services firm (charging authors to produce books), but to have more control over the quality of the manuscripts they publish, shifted its business model to that of a traditional publisher (they pay the author, not the other way around). I […]
We have a new addition to the Publishers page. Anaiah Press is a Christian publisher handling a variety of fiction and nonfiction genres. The Anaiah Presence imprint includes adult genre fiction, focusing on speculative fiction, thriller and suspense, science fiction, supernatural, and dystopian. The editors in this imprint are looking for books that are “light […]
Magpie Eclectic Press us a new small press looking for “all subgenres that fall under the Christian Speculative banner,” and is also open to works that are “not strictly Christian and that would appeal to a more secular audience” as long as they are not in opposition to a Christian worldview.
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