High School Statutory Authority: Reading, where students read and understand a wide variety of literary and informational texts; Writing, where students compose a variety of written texts with a clear controlling idea, coherent organization, and sufficient detail; Research, where students are expected to know how to locate a range of relevant sources and evaluate, synthesize, and present ideas and information; Listening and Speaking, where students listen and respond to the ideas of others while contributing their own ideas in conversations and in groups; and Oral and Written Conventions, where students learn how to use the oral and written conventions of the English language in speaking and writing.
Andersen Press Ltd Anderson Press publish picture books of approximately words 1K maxjuvenile fiction of K and older fiction of up to 75K. They require a synopsis and 3 sample chapters, hard copy only, and aim to reply within 2 months.
They use a standard rejection slip and reply promptly. Bridge House Bridge House is a small press which specialises in themed anthologies of short stories, often for charity.
They are occasionally closed to submissions but check the website for future anthology details. Candy Jar Books Candy Jar are a small independent publisher with a self publishing arm. Send the first three chapters, synopsis and covering letter by post or using the form provided on the submissions page.
Crooked Cat — check website for next submissions window Crooked Cat is a small UK publisher which accepts, amongst other types of fiction, young adult fiction for its Silver range, up to a maximum of 90, Watch the website for submission windows and only submit at the specified times.
Send a covering letter with brief bio, details of the genre, wordcount, readership and plans for promotion; a 2 page synopsis; and the first 3 chapters to max of 10K words in a Word document.
Send them sample chapters and a resume by email and expect a response only if they are interested. Dinosaur Books Dinosaur Books are a small indie publisher looking for exciting fiction for the year old readership with a traditional feel — see their wonderfully illustrated Dinoteks books for an example.
No picture books or rhyming books — think fast-paced adventure for or They prefer email submissions of the first three chapters and synopsis of the book and aim to reply within six months if possible.
They are looking for picture books, young fiction approxfiction and young adult to produce as high quality paper books and e-books. Submissions should consist of a good one page covering letter, synopsis, the full text of the book if it is a picture book no illustrations and the first three chapters plus final wordcount of longer books.
Send these as Word documents to the email address given on the submissions page. Fledgling Press This is a Scottish company that focuses on debut authors writing a variety of fiction including YA.
You should send three chapters and a short synopsis by email and they aim to reply within 6 weeks. If accepted your book will be placed on a longlist for possible publication.
Note they do not want sci fi.
Floris Books This Scottish publisher accepts postal submissions for its Picture Kelpies, and Kelpies range of books for and year olds. Books should be between 30 and 60K words and you should expect to hear back within 3 months.
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