Thursday, 30 April 2009

And the list goes on...

Get_Involved The next call for submissions opens tomorrow, 1 May, and so here's a note of all of the publishers that are so far involved, or at least interested in taking part in Exclusively Independent.

Legend Press, PaperBooks, Self Made Hero, Oxygen Books, Alma Books, One World Publications, Picnic Publishing, Accent Press Ltd, Gallic Books, Winged Chariot Press, Janus Publishing, In Easy Steps, Muswell Press, Garnet Publishing, LPS Publishing, Ravens Quill Ltd, YGB Publishing Ltd, Telegram, Queastor 2000, Loki Books, Not Really Books, Know the Score, Myriad Editions, Peter Owen Publishing, Bounce! Sales and Marketing (representing 25 publishers including Piccadilly Press), Whites Books, How To Books, Salt Publishing, Reportage Press, Flipped Eye Publishing, Andromache Books, Advance Materials, Wild Guides UK, Classical Comics, Maia Press, B Small Publishing Ltd, Tony Potter Publishing Ltd, Inpress Books, Barn Owl Books, Intellect Books, Bluemoose Books, Harvard UP and the MIT Press, Flame Books, Zygmunt Stanley Publishing, Anvil Press Poetry, Bitter Lemon Press, Pluto Press, Harvey Berrick Publishing, Mokee Jo Promotions, Studymates, Troubador Publishing, The Manning Partnership - Anness Publishing, Search Press, Carroll and Brown, Sourcebooks Inc, Five Mile Press, Brimax, and Interpret, Shepheard-Walwyn, SB Publishing, Souvenir Press, Pryor Publications, Hesperus Press Ltd, Honno Press, Eland Publishing Ltd, Duckwork Publishing, Meadowside Childrens Books, Gullane Childrens Books, Clairview Books, Rudolf Steiner Press, Gingercat Books, O'Brian Press, Five Leaves, Ragged Bears Publishing, Aurum Press, Hogs Back Books, Mogzilla Publishing, and Francis Lincoln Publishing - Tara Books, Boxer Books, New York Review of Books, Little Book Room, Timber Books, and Natural History Museum.

As you can see, there are all sorts of different publishers on board from childrens books to travel, poetry to illustrations. The project truly aims to provide variety which is reflected in those participating.

As I mentioned before, the call for submissions opens tomorrow, and for more information in how you can take part, send an email to or call 0207 426 0340


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