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Hello,

Anyone have any up-to-date info on which publishers are accepting submissions for early readers from non-agented writers?
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#1 - December 19, 2017, 07:25 PM
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Try looking at Ev's list of educational publishers. http://www.evelynchristensen.com/markets.html. You might find one in there.
#2 - December 19, 2017, 08:47 PM
Website: http://www.debbievilardi.com/
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Thanks, Debbie. I was really looking for traditional publishers of early readers. I know it's a genre that many publishers stay away from because the market is small and the return is low.

And yet ... it seems I'm writing an early reader series! It just needs to find a good home. :)
#3 - January 09, 2018, 11:10 AM
most recent:
Walking in the City with Jane: A Story of Jane Jacobs-pb nf
What Happens Next-pb
Time To (series)-bb
Up!-pb nf
Making Canada Home -mgnf

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