If you are a non-fiction writer who thinks they've found a niche in the Print on Demand market, we'd like to hear from you.
If you were planning to submit a crime novel to Leamington Books and have arrived on this page the submissions window closed, we're sorry.
Around June this year we will be interested in reading novellas. Those 35,000 word pieces they told you would never get published! But that is not until June.
Finally we like publishing full poetry collections of over 100 pages, and not pamphlet-length collections; but we are alas, poetry-full for 2021.
My very best wishes to you all,
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“Publishers are notoriously slothful about numbers, unless they're attached to dollar signs - unlike journalists, quarterbacks, and felony criminal defendants who tend to be keenly aware of numbers at all times.”
― Hunter S. Thompson
“We publish only to satisfy out craving for fame; there's no other motive except the even baser one of making money....”
― Thomas Bernhard, Concrete
“Almost every single thing you hope publication will do for you is a fantasy, a hologram - it's the eagle on your credit card that only seems to soar.”
― Anne Lamott
“It's called publishing. It's how smart people install new ideas into other people's brains.”
― Steven Magee
“Publishing is a business and writing is an art. The two have to be crammed together despite the clearly different motivations behind them.”
― Michelle M. Pillow
“Behind every novel is a greater story of how it came to be published.”
― T.L. Rese
“Still, to be urged to write and to be urged to publish are two different things; and nobody so far was urging her to do the latter.”
― Alan Bennett, The Uncommon Reader