The Amazon search displays the publisher's books from newest to oldest. A blue background indicates that this publisher is included in SFWA's list of membership-qualifying markets. Publishers who produce a significant number of genre books though not specializing in them.
Please help! I founded Lethe Press fifteen years ago with the intention of publishing not only my own queer SF but to bring back into publication numerous books that had fallen out of print. Nowadays we publish more original fiction, but we do still help orphaned books.
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Academy Chicago Founded by husband and wife Jordan and Anita Miller, Academy Chicago Publishers has published over two hundred books and continues to accept submissions. ACP is one of the oldest publishing houses in Chicago Akashic Books Akashic Books is a Brooklyn-based independent company dedicated to publishing urban literary fiction and political nonfiction by authors who are either ignored by the mainstream, or who have no interest in working within the ever-consolidating ranks
Have you just finished writing a novel and are now looking for suitable book publishers? Pride Publishing was established in by founder Claire Siemaszkiewicz with the express purpose of publishing romance and erotica. All submissions can be sent via email.
We center feminist, anti-oppression, trans-inclusionary publishers. We welcome international publishers. The list is updated as we learn about new or folded publishers.
These are exciting times for book people, gay book people included. Although the LGBT book world has seen some sad transitions in recent months, including the loss of two of our most venerable bookstores New York City's Oscar Wilde Bookstore and A Different Light Bookstore in West Hollywoodwe've also seen some exciting and hopeful transitions; for starters, the appointment of the smart and innovative Amy Scholder as editor-in-chief of the Feminist Press and Don Weise as the new publisher of Alyson Books. With the Feminist Press approaching its 40th anniversary and Alyson, along with Cleis Press, celebrating 30 years inthese stalwarts of gay and feminist publishing are moving forward with energy and creative vision.
This news should make everyone involved in the business of LGBT literature — publishers, editors, authors, reviewers, and, of course, readers — pause and consider what this means for the future of their industry. In my 20s, I was a frequent customer of the bookstore, taking the train from southern New Jersey to purchase books and magazines. In my mids, while attending graduate school at Rutgers-Camden, I worked at the store.
Post a Comment. Wikimedia Commons If you write LGBTQ fiction and nonfiction, there are many publishers that are eager for your work, none of which require an agent. The majority of these are small publishers, which means most do not offer advances, however all pay royalties, provide editing and covers, and distribute books without any charge to authors.