True stories of crime/justice, medical dramas, psychological thrillers and courageous individuals in extraordinary circumstances. Also publishes nonfiction on current issues (environment, minority concerns, health, self-help, politics, animal rights) and books for children that teach tolerance, coping and crisis skills.
Publishes a wide range of fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Currently accepts proposals and manuscripts for nonfiction only. Submit queries by email.
Publishes book-length (at least 50,000 words) literary fiction and nonfiction, and poetry collections of at least 60 pages. No children
Publishes academic and nonfiction books on several topics, including pop culture, sports, international studies, military history, health, automotive, literary studies, medieval studies, mythology, folklore, and women
Seeks agented nonfiction, plus futuristic science fiction, true crime, steampunk, YA-YA (YA written by young adults), horror, thriller, historical fiction, hard-boiled mystery, mainstream fiction, historical romance, time-travel romance and paranormal romance. Accepts email submissions only. See website for current needs.
Publishes commercial and literary fiction, historical fiction, mysteries, thrillers, suspense, romance, paranormal/horror, sci-fi/fantasy, nonfiction and young adult fiction. Submit from website form only.
Publishes books for creative people. Subjects include crafts, ceramics, pets, photography and other lifestyle topics in reference and how-to formats.
Publishes nonfiction books geared to growth and exploration of the mind, body and spirit, including alternative health and healing, astrology, earth-based religions, the paranormal, parapsychology, self-help and divination. Publishes some fiction. Submit queries, manuscripts and proposals by email or regular mail.
Publishes Canadian regional books on natural history, gardening and outdoor recreation. The Ghost House Books imprint also publishes ghost stories and books about the paranormal.
Welcomes submission of works in the following areas: Ohio and the surrounding region, sports, history (Civil War, abolitionism, foreign relations, military, true crime) and literary studies (Hemingway, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and the Inklings).