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Areas include: Literature; Translations
Preferred styles: Contemporary; Literary
Additional informationSend query letter describing yourself along with SAE, synopsis, three sample chapters, and explanation of why you think this publisher in particular is right for you essential to be familiar with and have read other books on this publisher's list before submitting, as most material received is entirely inappropriate. Welcomes submissions of suitable original fiction and is particularly interested in intellectually clever and unusual fiction, however undertakes only between one and three new projects a year. No email or disk submissions, or collections of short stories by unknown authors. Novels should be over 40,000 words ideally over 50,000. Most books are translations.
Titles include: "Memoirs of a Gnostic Dwarf" by David Madsen; "Pfitz" by Andrew Crumey; "The Arabian Nightmare" by Robert Irwin; "Bad to the Bone" by James Waddington
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