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Twenty publishers accepting non-fiction - no agent required
Twenty publishers are looking for non-fiction. They' re looking for a broad palette of topics, among them arts, theatre, children's articles, calendar, memoir, pop arts, policy, history etc. In brief, if it's not just phantasy, they want it. They' re all old-fashioned publishers, and no one needs an asset. In contrast to literature, where authors are asked to either provide a specimen of their letter or a complete script, non-fiction authors must do so.
It includes an index, a detailled index, an author's biography, a businessplan, a competition review showing which similar titles are already on the shelves and why your product is better, and example-chapter. This suggestion is basically a brief instruction to your textbook which allows a publishers to determine whether it is worth their spare moment and trouble, so make sure you are spending your spare moment and trouble writing your suggestion.
You can find out more about how to make a suggestion in Jane Friedman's award-winning article: More non-fiction publishers see: Twenty-two cookbook publishers who are accepting unauthorized manuscripts. Most of these publishers also take on other non-fiction. The Allworth Press provides information on businesses and self-help to the general community and creatives.
Please click here to view their entry instructions. Andres McMeel Publishing is the leading publishing house in the state. The most important publications include: inspirations, middle-class children's literature, comic and humour, puzzles as well as toys, inspirations and gifts, and comic strips for middle-class orphans. It is interesting that they also release poems. Please see the application form HERE. The Barricade Company produces high-quality non-fiction titles that address controversy at the following address: manuscripts.
Please return a draft, one or two chapter and a prepaid cover (SASE) to Carole Stuart, Barricade Avenue, Fort Lee, NJ 07024, 2037 Lemoine Avenue. Do not submit any emails. He produces specialized literature, works by prominent people and professionals in their field, popular cultural literature and everything related to a name.
The Career Press, Inc. is a publisher of high-quality non-fiction for adults looking for hands-on information to help them make progress in the areas of career, colleges, finances, education, retirements, religious education and other related subjects. Please see the entry guidelines. The Greystone Press. "We' re following high-quality non-fiction on the natural world and the world around us, travelling and adventures, healthcare and newsworthiness.
No poems or literature are published. "Please click here to see the conditions for submitting. The Gryphon House, Inc. company produces textbooks that help educators and educators help enhance the life of kids from childbirth to the eighth year of life. You do not take children's literature. Pedagogical resources book for young schoolchildren.
Please see the entry instructions. Heymarket and Haymarket Literature. At the moment we do not accept any fictional submissions. "Please click here to view the entry instructions. The Hohm Press is dedicated to the publication of works that offer the reader an alternative to the materialist value of contemporary civilization and foster self-confidence, the acknowledgement of interdependency and empathy. Please click here to view the application form.
The Menasha Ridge Press and its affiliate, Vilderness Press, mainly produce publications on adventurous, natural and wildlife sport (except hiking and fishing). Please see the entry guidelines. "We have specialised in the field of investigation for over 40 years and have published our journal and literature on issues of fundamental freedoms, political, social and ecological issues. "Please click here to view the entry guidelines.
Established in 1986 by Juliet Mabey and Novin Doostdar, OneWorld Publications is an independant publishers focused on inspiring non-fiction. Please click here to view the policy. Forties Press is a small press based in Berkeley, California. You are particularly interested in this type of non-fiction: Miscellaneous non-fiction / detective coverage, biographies, travel guides with twists, literature on literature, photography, music, literature on the arts, small-format gifts.
Your application conditions must contain a CV and a shortlist of prospective experts. No suggestions for literature (except children's books), poems, synopses, end-time prophecy, canalized works, martial art handbooks, citation works, cards games or audio/video are accepted. "Please click here to view the policy. SKYORSE releases a wide variety of non-fiction book.
You will only be accepting entries that belong to their category, so make sure you check their lists before you submit them. Please see conditions of entry here. A nonprofit, non-partisan publishing house focused on modern society, The New Press focuses on racial relationships, women's affairs, migration, human Rights, labour and economic policy and the press, educational reforms and educational alternatives, culture criticism, arts and crafts instruction, as well as academic publications, jurisprudence and laissezra.
It has also taken a leadership position in the publication of a broad spectrum of new work in the fields of African-Americans, Asians, Latinos, gays and lesbians, Indians, and in the work of and about other minorities. The Ulysses Press is a small company focused on small market niches. Among the categories they release are Cleanse, Arts and Crafts, Colouring, Gifty Grabs, Fashion and Beauty, Healthy Eating, Krav Maga, Mmm Bites, Pop Culture, Prepping (for the Apocalypse), Fitness, Special Diets, Trivia, Working Out, Rehab and Injury Prevention.
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