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Tuesday, 12 June 2012

The Hack: Archive's Writers' News


A new US small press publisher, Pugalicious Press are looking for eSubmissions for what they term Middle Grade and Young Adult books as well as graphic novels. In the first instance they request an email query with a small sample of your work embedded in the text of the email - do not send attachments until requested to do so. Visit the website for more details.

US eStar Books reopen their door to submissions from 1 July 2012. The company are seeking paranormal and fantasy themed books with believable characters. Previously published books will be considered as long as they are out of print with all rights reverted to the author.

William Boyd is the new official James Bond author and will release his first 007 adventure, with the full support of Ian Fleming Publications, in 2013. The work is as yet untitled.

British music newspaper, NME is to publish its first overseas edition which will be a monthly print edition in India.

Hatchette UK have acquired the world rights to the Enid Blyton estate

Former Waterstones Manager Tim Coates is the main man behind Bilbary a new joint UK/US company that plan to offer all the eBooks in the world to subscribers of its new eBook rental service. The new service, which is seen as a serious rival to Amazon, is to launch soon with some 750,000 titles available.

The Field Magazine edited by Jonathan Young is a country sports magazine which is looking for contributors. The magazine is especially interested in hearing from writers with a good knowledge of fly fishing and hunting with working dogs.

Fandom Forever is a new SF eMagazine edited by Knud Larn and published from Denmark. English language submissions are especially welcome.

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