5 Publishers Seek Experimental, Mystery, Literary, YA & Romance Manuscripts

5 Publishers Seek Experimental, Mystery, Literary, YA & Romance Manuscripts

Unagented writers seeking publication should submit their queries and/or manuscripts for consideration before the holiday season begins.  Five small presses are interested in experimental, literary, mysteries, romance, young adult, and children’s books. The following publishers accept submissions from writers without literary agents:

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6 Small Presses Focus on Regional Fiction and Nonfiction

6 Small Presses Focus on Regional Fiction and Nonfiction

Small presses can focus on niche markets, an advantage they have over big publishers. If your novel has a strong sense of place, check out these six publishers that specialize in regional titles. They welcome both agented and unagented submissions.

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4 Small Presses in UK Welcome Unagented Submissions

4 Small Presses in UK Welcome Unagented Submissions

If you’re seeking traditional publication but you don’t have literary representation, look into publishing companies across the pond. These four small presses don’t prohibit non-U.K. submissions on their websites, but if you live outside of the U.K., mention it in your query or submission.

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5 Publishers that Accept Unagented Romance & Other Genre Novels

5 Publishers that Accept Unagented Romance & Other Genre Novels

There’s a reason genre fiction is called popular fiction. Those who love genre fiction, from thriller to romance to horror and fantasy, are among the most loyal and voracious readers. If you are a genre novelist without a literary agent, check out the following small presses that welcome unagented submissions.

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Two Chinese Publishers Join List of World’s Biggest Publishers

Two Chinese Publishers Join List of World’s Biggest Publishers

Pearson, the U.K.-based educational publishing company, remains the world’s biggest publisher, according to the Livres Hebdo/Publishers Weekly annual ranking based on 2014 revenues. Two Chinese publishers were among the top 10 out of 57 companies that were ranked.

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