We’ll open back up to submissions in Feb. 2020. If you are contacting us for another reason, please visit the contact page.

Our submissions guidelines are evolving, as we develop our imprints. Please check back often.

These are the non-fiction genres we’re currently interested in:

  • Body, Mind & Spirit (Ancient Mysteries, Controversial Knowledge, Supernatural, Unexplained Phenomena)
  • Business & Economics (Advertising, Marketing & Promotion, Business Communication, Business Development, Entrepreneurship, Personal Finance, Small Business, Time Management)
  • Cooking, Cookbooks & Entertaining
  • Crafts & Hobbies
  • Health & Fitness
  • House & Home
  • Humor (Essays, Business & Professional, Cultural, Ethnic & Regional, History, Politics, Travel)
  • Nature
  • Narrative Nonfiction (Memoir)
  • Pets
  • Self-Help
  • Social Science
  • Sports & Recreation
  • Travel (General, Adventure, Special Interest, Essays & Travelogues)

A note about what we’re not looking for:

  • We do not publish children’s books, picture books, poetry, academic or religious material.
  • We are not able to consider any previously published material, without exception.
  • We love designing covers. Please do not submit a finished cover with your query (or a formatted book).

How to submit non-fiction:

We only accept submissions by email. All submissions should include an author platform (unsure? See this or this).

  • For non-fiction: Paste your query letter, nonfiction book proposal, author platform, and one sample chapter into the body of your email to submissions (at) scribe-publishing (dot) com. Please do not attach any files.

How to submit fiction:

Please check back to this page often as we work to define what kind of fiction we’re looking for as we reopen to fiction submissions. In the meantime, if you have a manuscript that you feel inspires wonder, please email Jennifer your genre, query and first five pages to submissions (at) scribe-publishing (dot) com.

As a policy, we carefully review all submissions and will reply to each one. Please be patient, and if you haven’t yet heard from us and have accepted another offer, we appreciate a note that you are retracting your query. The relationship between a publisher and an author should not be made lightly, as it’s a large financial investment on our part and should be a large time commitment, taken seriously, on your part.

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