Anaphora Literary Press Is Looking for Writers from Australia and United Kingdom
Anaphora Literary Press (http://anaphoraliterary.com) has focused on publishing books and journal issues in the US market. Anaphora’s printer and distributor, Ingram, also has branches in Australia and the United Kingdom. If you are a writer or editor in Australia or United Kingdom, email your project for full consideration.
The Anaphora Literary Press was started as an academic press with the publication of the Pennsylvania Literary Journal (PLJ) in 2009. In the Winter of 2010, Anaphora began accepting book-length submissions. Anaphora has now published over 60 creative and non-fiction books. John Paul Jaramillo’s collection of short stories received an honorable mention for the Latino Literacy Now’s Mariposa Award Best First Fiction Book Award. Professors have taught from a few Anaphora books. Many Anaphora writers have scheduled readings at major local book stores. Anaphora books have also had several articles published about them in regional newspapers. PLJ has featured interviews with best-selling science fiction writers like Larry Niven, and young adult writers like Cinda Williams Chima, James Dashner and Carrie Ryan, as well as interviews with the winners of the Brooklyn Film Festival and top academic editors. We are actively seeking single and multiple-author books in fiction (poetry, novels, and short story collections) and non-fiction (academic, legal, business, journals, edited and un-edited dissertations, biographies, and memoires). Email full MS (books must be completed prior to submission), bio, summary and marketing plan in a single Word document to firstname.lastname@example.org. Short pieces for PLJ can be emailed as well with a bio and summary. Profits are split 50/50% with full-book writers. Writers with a weak marketing plan are asked to buy 40 copies at 25% off the cover price to resell. Direct author sales and marketing are essential to the success of a project. We are currently primarily printing books POD with Lightning Source, a subsidiary of Ingram. Anna Faktorovich, an English professor, acts as the Director, and designs most of the books. The call is ongoing and without a final submission deadline.
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