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Top 7 Catholic Publishers
This is the right page if you want to send a script to Catholic publishing houses, or if you are looking for a good read to strengthen your belief. You will find below the eight best Catholic book publishing houses for your manuscripts. In the following I declare what each publishing house will accept and their guidelines for submitting. Some are open to literature, others favour more populare books, and towards the end of this article I will focus on the more academia.
When it comes to publishing, the greatest change for me is a horrible website. I' ve gone through several hundred Catholic publishers to find the ones below, and far too many seemed as if the website was created by a novelist and not by a programer. You will find the right Catholic publishing house for your book.
St. Ignatius is one of the leading publishing houses of Catholic literature. It seems they specialise in historic literature, and especially in serials (but publishing houses always like serials - they are moneymakers). They are more recent popes, among them Pope John Paul II and more recent works by Cardinal Ratzinger. They can contact them directly, which is a rare thing among publishing houses today.
Each year they get 400 publications and choose 20, about 5% of what they get, which is probably a high proportion, considering how many copies the publishing houses have. Example title: The Sophia Institute produces apologists, children's literature, devotional literature and literature. You don't have a ton or two of specialized literature.
They' ve got a dozen great names in marital and domesticity. Example title: The Loyola Press releases classical literature, but although they have a Contemporary Fantasy section, they don't seem to have any. Maybe it is a wish to release new literature in the nearhood?
They state in their submission guidelines that they are not looking for literature, poems or children's libretto. When the name could not be recognized, this is a Jesuit publishing house, which usually means that it is more Intellect. Approximately 20 new titles are published each year and they pledge to inform you about your manuscripts within 2 a year.
Example title: You also only release non-fiction only. Example title: "In essence, how Catholic undergraduates can maintain their belief in the university. Emma's Road publishes some of the most interesting tracks. that they recently published. All in all, Emmaus is probably underestimated as a publishing house, and I look forward to great things from them.
It publishes all non-fiction but covers both academics and more people. Example title: "The Catholic sexual doctrine - not grumbling, but told with atmosphere and whistle. "Seven Catholic doctrinal ideas on how best to deal with our mediascape. Is your gaze on the human organism influenced by populism?
The CUA: The Catholic University of American Press, so if you see CUA at the top of the page, note that I didn't point you in the righting. There are more scholarly and less religious or less common publications. Example title:
Shakespeare was a devout Catholic? In this book we examine the pieces to look for proof of faith. The Tumblar House is focused on fairy tales with funny, adventurous rage - crime thrillers, mystery, suspense, futurist science-friction. Her article contains a homage to the Blessed Virgin Mary, a study of the desert fathers, a Catholic version of US literature and an introductory essay on Catholic literature.
Although they do not include any poetic references on their submission page, they have already released volumes of poems ("The White Cockade"). Usual distribution of profits is 7% - 20% compared to soft and hardcover book writers, but Tumblar provides a 50/50 distribution of profits for both e-books (a percent that is becoming more and more common), but also for paperbacks!
Example title: As one discovers genuine femaleness through a catholic lentil.