Literary Book Publishers
As a traditional publishing house, Amberjack Publishing’s mission is to search far and wide for the best stories being written today and connect them to readers all around the world with the highest quality books.
Blank Slate Press publishes Historical, Crime, Contemporary, Mystery/Thriller, and Literary Fiction.
Walrus Publishing publishes SciFi, Romance, Regional, and Humor
Treehouse Publishing Group publishes Picture books, Middle Grade, and YA, both fiction and nonfiction
Virtually every genre is represented by one of our fine authors; this is owed to their individual ability to tell a good story. From classic literature to political memoirs, from illustrated picture books to gripping suspense thrillers - the key is in the quality.
BatCat Press is fully staffed and operated by the students of Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School in Midland, PA. BatCat seeks to publish quality works while providing students the opportunity to work in a professional publishing environment.
Submissions are accepted during our annual reading period and are selected by students with the help of members of the BatCat Press advisory board, a collection of writers, teachers, and administrators from across Western Pennsylvania.
Our specialty areas include Freemasonry, poetry, non-fiction narrative, and travel narrative, but we are open to other ideas that catch our interest.
So we're looking for talented authors and poets - both new and established - whose work we help refine, support, publish and promote. And, through their works, we're looking to grow the reading public's love of reading, writing, crafting and dreaming.
-Carnegie Mellon Poetry Series
-Carnegie Mellon Classic Contemporaries Series
-Carnegie Mellon Series in Translation
-Carnegie Mellon Series in Short Fiction
-Poets in Prose Series
The Press also publishes in art, music, the performing arts, critical analysis, education, University history, and social history.
Etruscan publishes books of poems, novels, short stories, creative non-fiction, criticism, translation, and anthologies.
Harvard alum Editor in Chief David Landau heads up the Editorial Board, which oversees the process of selecting manuscripts for publication with the help of feminist playwright Susan Rubin and other board members.
It was established in 1986 by a determined group of volunteers who wanted to increase the opportunities for Welsh women in publishing and bring Welsh women's literature to a wider public. They asked the people of Wales to show their support for the new enterprise by becoming shareholders in the cooperative and in the first six months more than 400 people bought shares. Honno continues to be supported by hundreds of individual shareholders who believe in its work.
True to its roots the press still only publishes work by women of Wales. Most of Honno's titles are novels, autobiographies and short story anthologies in English as well as Classics in both Welsh and English. We have in the past also published poetry, children's and teenage titles and books in both Welsh and English.
Insomniac has developed special niche areas in which it publishes unique books. For example, its black studies books, gay and lesbian books, personal finance books, celebrity writer-as-musician books (including titles by Matthew Good, Jann Arden and Terri Clark), and gay mysteries have developed devoted followings.
world travel, world literature, world history and politics, art,world music & dance, International cooking, and children's books from around the world.
Interlink publishes approximately 50 titles each year and has an active backlist of over 1000 titles under five imprints
We want full-length books of fiction (novels, collections), poetry, or nonfiction. We are particular interested in novels at the moment, but also want to see work from diverse voices in poetry and short prose.
and fiction, as well as forms that defy easy categorization. We lean toward interlinked
themes and characters across works and toward narrative poetry and lyrical fiction.
However, we are not bound by these preferences.
To offer readers beautifully crafted works of fiction and non-fiction from writers who use authentic and unique voices to weave the elemental themes of our modern lives into great stories.
To offer writers a true publishing partnership.
To offer the world the benefit of fulfilled readers and writers walking the streets. This is how art changes the world.
What we look for is a blend of urgency of language, imagination, distinctiveness, and craft. What we produce and how we produce it -- from design to printing to paper quality --honors the writing in books which boast the uniquely sensual look and feel of a Tupelo Press book.