Non Fiction Publishersnon-fiction publishers
Fifteen non-fiction publishers who accept non-approved authorisations.
It is in some ways much simpler to publish non-fiction than it is to use clichés. When you are an authority in a particular area or have enough expertise in a particular area ( "that could be anything from gathering stamps to breeding chickens"), many editors will be willing to take your work over without the need for an aide.
Please make sure that you thoroughly study and comply with the terms of entry of these publishing houses. Do not give the editor an alibi to reject your suggestion! The Adams Media publications include a wide variety of non-fiction books, which include economics and career, education, domestic animals, private finances, self-help, travelling, marriages and letters. Adams Media was acquired in 2003 by F+W, A Content + eCommerce Company, one of the biggest specialist publishing houses in the word.
Please click here to view their entry instructions. 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. Key release types are: comic books and humour, jigsaw jigsaws and toys, inspirations and gifts, and comic books for middle-class kid.
It is interesting that they also release poems. 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. 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 and other related subjects. Please see the entry guidelines. 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. 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. Established in 1986 by Juliet Mabey and Novin Doostdar, OneWorld Publications is an independant publisher focused on inspiring non-fiction work.
Please click here to view the policy. SKYORSE releases a wide variety of non-fiction books. 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.
Verrillo has five publications, four with large companies and one alone. It blog about the publisher community, gives useful hints on how to get an agency, list agencies looking for customers, as well as editors who accept scripts directly from authors, explain how to sell and support their work, how to set up their on-line platforms, how to get press coverage, how to post themselves and where to find marketplaces for their work in editing... and other forms of madness.
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