Issue One Hundred Thirty Two

Ghostwoods Books: Submission Guidelines

Ghostwoods Books is a small publisher that has been around for five years now. They publish books in paperback and e-book editions. They publish sci-fi, fantasy, speculative fiction and non-gore horror novels for adults. They recently ran a successful crowd funding campaign that will allow them to publish at least 6 books this year. Usually…

What I Learned While Pitching My Novel

I didn’t jump into writing my first novel blindly. I studied my favorite books in similar genres. I read quality books and articles on how to write, format, and sell a manuscript. I moved onto the querying process with the same diligence. I researched a lot, followed agents’ blogs and Twitter accounts. By the time…

Three Anthologies Seeking Submissions

The following three anthologies are all on very different themes. All three are great opportunities for authors to be published in print. Untitled Doll Anthology Terrapin Books is publishing an anthology of poems about dolls. They are accepting submissions until December 15th. Please submit via email 3-5 poems about dolls. Include a 50-75 word bio…

Alaska Quarterly Review: Now Accepting Submissions

Alaska Quarterly Review, hailed by many as one of the nation’s top literary journals, has made an indelible impression on our culture by publishing fresh, cutting-edge literary art. It all started 30 years ago when editor Ronald Spatz, wanting to revitalize the literary culture of Alaska, launched the magazine, housing Alaskan voices with both new…

Call for Submissions: How I Got My Book Published

We are currently seeking submissions of essays on the topic “How I Got My Book Published.” We want personal, practical stories about about how a writer got their book published with a traditional publisher. Or, how you sold a significant amount of books as a self published author (We would need to know the exact…