Publishes adult trade books on fine art, design, photography, pop culture, craft, fashion, beauty, home decor, relationships, mind/body/spirit, cookbooks and unusual formats such as interactive journals, card decks and stationery. Also publishes fiction books for children and young adults. Submit proposals by email or regular mail.
Publishes fiction, essays, memoirs, translations, poetry and books on social and political issues. Accepts queries and proposals by postal mail only.
Publishes literary fiction, drama, innovative poetry and books about Toronto. Considers Canadian authors only. Prefers electronic submissions.
Publishes fiction, poetry and essays on sports, specifically on the experience of being an athlete. Also publishes boating and boatbuilding books. Submit queries by email or regular mail.
Independent publisher specializing in nonfiction about sustainable-living issues, including organic gardening, local agricultural movements, political activism supporting sustainable economics, environmentally-friendly building techniques, etc. Submit queries by email (preferred) or postal mail.
Publishes contemporary literature and nonfiction, and is particularly dedicated to poetry collections, cultural studies, biographies, memoirs and short story collections. Also publishes translations of German and French poetry. Submit via online submission manager.
Publishes literary fiction (including short-story collections), nonfiction, poetry, translations and drama. Titles are by or about U.S. Hispanics. Publishes both established and emerging writers.
Publishes nonfiction on a wide variety of topics, including biography, religion, history, current affairs, politics, gay/lesbian/gender studies, education, African American studies, religion, women
Publishes books for young adults and teens about sciences and its ethics, communications, arts, philosophy and psychology as well as books for adults about mental illness and recovery, addictions, living with disabilities and wildlife rehabilitation.
Seeks nonfiction material of a controversial nature; does not publish fiction, poetry or children