Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Walrus Publishing Accepting Submissions from St. Louis Writers

Hey, St. Louis-area writers. If you are looking for a book publisher, here's a submission opportunity.

Walrus Publishing is now open to general submissions of original, unpublished work.

Their goal is to bring talented Saint Louis writers to the Saint Louis reading audience. Submissions should be from authors in the St. Louis City or the greater St. Louis metro area. Submissions set in St. Louis or about St. Louis are greatly appreciated.

Accepting submissions through October 31, 2010.

Submissions accepted during that time will be scheduled for Summer 2011 publication.
Only complete submissions will be considered.

Submissions consist of:
Query Letter:
Real Name and Pen Name
Address
Phone Number
E-mail address
Biographical Sketch (no more than 200 words)
Working title of manuscript and anticipated word count
Synopsis which provides full detail of the work

Manuscript excerpt of 10,000 15,000 words or 50 pages of text with cover letter that provides your contact information and synopsis.

If you are providing poetry samples, they want at least five poems which best represent your work.

The excerpt and synopsis should be provided as one file in MS Word (.doc, .docx) or Adobe Acrobat© (.pdf) format attached to your email.

Subject matter of any genre is acceptable.

Please email your submission to mailto:submissions@walruspublishing.com?subject=Submission. An auto responder will confirm they have received your email. Allow up to 12-16 weeks for a personal reply.

Good luck!

(Note: I have no connection to Walrus Publishing. I'm just passing along information that might be useful to my readers.)

4 comments:

  1. You always have such great resources! Thank you for generously sharing them!

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  2. St. Louis seems to be THE place. So many writer folks call that area home. Alas, I'm a Georgia girl, so that voids my eligibility for this one.

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  3. Hi Tammy,
    You're welcome. I know nothing about payment, but it's worth sending an e-mail if you have something to submit.
    Donna

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  4. Hi Lisa,
    So sorry. I'll try to find something for a wider audience.
    Georgia has it's share of writers. My favorite short story writer is from Georgia--Mary Flannery O'Connor.
    Donna
    Donna

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