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Publishers are in a constant state of flux, and authors are smart to take the necessary steps to select which publishers to contact. When you are looking for a deal with a conventional publishers, you should be careful not to advertise and ask to have your book published for a charge. Conventional publishers do not charge authors for the production of their work.
Visiting a good independant bookshop with a large choice of books in Canada will help you choose suitable publishers. Your latest publications will tell you a great deal about their publications. Writers' Union publishes and distributes subscription works for the Writers' Guide to the Canadian Publisher, which list publishers who are accepting unrequested scripts and the type of work they are currently considering.
Spend a little of your spare minute preparing your request (or covering letter): keep in mind that it will be the first example of your work that a publishers will see.
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Our aim is to release exceptionally high-calibre, critically acclaimed and acclaimed works that are conceived to reach kids, young people, library staff, educators and family. Our products include a variety of sizes that are loved by children's publishers in various genres: photo albums, our new stable book for the very young, early chapters for new reader, medium class novel, young grown-up novel for pre-school audience and nonfiction for literature.
The first three-book listing was released in May 2011 and will be available in autumn 2011. Winskill has more than 40 years of publishers expertise with a strong emphasis on child publishers. Gail's long-time journalist and co-worker, Ann Featherstone, who has been working as an editorial assistant for over 25 years, has an excellent track record in all children's book-genre.
She has a background in marketing, distribution and international rights at Tundra Buch. Rebecca Buchanan, our gifted art director, has been creating for several years and her new, innovative approach to all areas of our company's designs gives us a contemporary and cheerful look and nice read.
Our contract manager, Ellen Nodwell, also takes care of all approval inquiries and helps with advertising. Alladin is our editor-in-chief and Laura Bowman is our eBooks publicist and production manager. It would like to thank the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council for their work.
The Canada Book Foundation (CBF) recognizes the Canadian government's funding of our publication work. Distinctions and honours: