Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Harper Voyager Accepting Submissions October 1-14

Here's a fantastic opportunity for fantasy, sci-fi, urban fantasy, horror, dystopia and supernatural writers from the Harper Voyager website:

"For the first time in over a decade, Harper Voyager are opening the doors to unsolicited submissions in order to seek new authors with fresh voices, strong storytelling abilities, original ideas and compelling storylines. So, if you believe your manuscript has these qualities, then we want to read it!

"We’re seeking all kinds of adult and young adult speculative fiction for digital publication, but particularly epic fantasy, science fiction, urban fantasy, horror, dystopia and supernatural.

"For more idea of the type of books we love to read and publish, check out our authors and their titles at www.harpervoyagerbooks.com

'Submissions for digital originals will be open for a limited two-week period from 1st to the 14th of October, 2012."

They want full-length manuscripts only, at least 70,000 words. Ideally they want manuscripts between 80,000–120,000 words.

Check out their website for complete submission guidelines.

6 comments:

  1. Thanks for the submission info. I don't have anything for this, but I know many people do!

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  2. Sounds like a great op, but I have nothing. I did buy several collections of Ray Bradbury this summer because I wanted to brush up on him-maybe try to imitate him a wee bit. Had one great idea that is still on a hanger in the closet of my mind!

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  3. "...on a hanger in the closet in closet of my mind." Nice.

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  4. Donna--Thanks for sharing this information. It is so NOT me, but there are lots of other writers who lap this kind of stuff up...

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  5. Donna, you're always a wealth of info for writing. This is not something I could do.

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