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Please submit a cover letter, and as a PDF, a 1-3 page summary of your book, and the first three (3) chapters of your manuscript. If we want to see more, we will request a full manuscript. If you’re submitting a nonfiction proposal, please send a cover letter and the proposal as PDFs.

If you’re unfamiliar with what a cover letter should say, please don’t overthink it. Open your letter with a 1-2 paragraph description of your book; think back cover copy with a bit more substance. Then, introduce yourself. Who are you? Where, if at all, have you been published? Why were you compelled to write this book? Why do you think this imprint would be a good fit for your work? And then, bring the letter to a close. Your cover letter doesn’t need to be long. You don’t need to do anything but talk about yourself and your writing. Good luck!

Nonfiction proposals should be submitted as a PDF. A non-fiction proposal should include:

· your project title

· a one-paragraph summary of your project

·  author biography and statement as to why you are best-qualified for this undertaking

· a table of contents, including a brief summary of what each chapter or section will cover, a market analysis that identifies your intended audience, comparative titles that have already been published

· one or two sample chapters so we can get a sense of your narrative voice

We use Submittable to accept and review our submissions.