Long-form submissions are CLOSED.
We are grateful to you that we have more submissions than we can handle at the moment. To give each of you the time and attention your work deserves, we currently cannot accept new work.
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Welcome. To submit your work, please review the guidelines below that pertain to your area of interest. You will be prompted to create an account through which you will be able to track your submissions.
Queries will only be reviewed after our receipt of this submission form.
All submissions to Seedpod Publishing are bound by the terms and conditions of this Submissions Release. We strongly encourage you to carefully review and save it for reference. If you have questions, you may contact us at email@example.com or via Twitter @seedpodpub.
We publish literary fiction, creative non-fiction, and memoir. We do not publish genre fiction or poetry (there are so very many good publishers for those already). We accept submissions directly from authors (including first time authors) as well as from literary agents. Before sending anything, please make sure you’ve looked at some of our other books. Our interests are tough to pin down in a sentence but include stories that create visceral experiences for the reader, using the ineffable to tell us something about what it means to be human. Some books clearly don’t fit, so it’s best to have some idea of what we might like.
We sincerely thank you for your interest in Seedpod Publishing and look forward to reviewing your work but please be patient as all good things take time -- six to eight weeks should do it. All queries and submissions will be acknowledged via a confirmation email but please note: only projects of interest will be receive further contact.
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A great way to join our family of writers is to submit a Twitter story. We accept most Twitter submissions we receive, so if you haven't tried before, give it a shot. Twitter stories are very short stories (140 characters or less) that we will post on our Twitter stream. As in our longer stories, in our Twitter stories, we hope to create emotive experiences for the reader, uncovering something about what it means to be human. We’re interested in real stories. Literary stories. Flash fiction or micro-memoir are perfect. Take a look at our Twitter stream to see some examples.
We strongly encourage you to carefully review and save our submission release as it details the terms and conditions of this submission.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please include your Twitter ID as a byline in your 140 characters. For example, "For sale: Baby shoes, never worn. @Hemingway." This will make it easy for readers to find your Twitter page, learn more about your other work, and become lifelong fans.