Sunday, November 25, 2007

Where do you find a publisher?

When you do a search for publishers, what do you find? Subsidy and vanity presses. That's not what you are looking for! What you need is a list of traditional publishers. But where do you find that?

One place is http://www.bookmarket.com/newnovels.htm .

According to their website: "If you're looking for a real book publisher for your novel (not a POD publisher, vanity publisher, subsidy publisher, or other pay-for-it publisher), you have found the right place."

On that page, (for free!) you will find a list of over 400 publishers who have at some point bought rights from first-time authors. Make sure you study each market before submitting, but this is a great place to get started.

Good luck on your quest!

http://www.bookmarket.com/newnovels.htm

1 Comments:

At 8:03 AM, Anonymous bookpublisher said...

Another really good place is the Writers Handbook 2011 published by Macmillan, or the Writers and Artists Yearbook by A C Blacks. Most good bookstores will have either book.

 

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