It might be a little counterproductive of me to let even more applicants in on this little secret, but if you haven’t heard of this interesting news, you might want to listen up.
Harper Voyager, the imprint responsible for publishing such well-known authors as Mark Lawrence, Terry Goodkind, and George R.R. Martin, is accepting open submissions for the next two weeks (until October 14th).
It’s hard enough to get an agent to take more than five seconds to consider your work, and clawing your way out of any slush pile is a nearly impossible endeavor, but getting a direct line to a reputable publisher who’s actively seeking their next successful title is a chance you shouldn’t pass up.
They say they’re particularly looking for epic fantasy, sci-fi, urban fantasy, horror, dystopian and supernatural stuff, so dust off your back-drawer manuscripts, sharpen up your query letters, and get cracking.
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